At 24 Hour Positioning we understand the significance of postural management.

We know through the literature that proper positioning and alignment is essential for our clients and results in better health outcomes and an increase in overall wellbeing. Correct postural support through the 24 hour continuum has shown to:

  • Decrease or “normalise” abnormal neurological influences on the body
  • Maintain proper skeletal alignment
  • Manage pressure distribution
  • Improve autonomic nervous system functions such as breathing, swallowing, digestion and cardiac function
  • Facilitate limb movement, improve movement patterns and increase functional use and participation
  • Reduce pain and fatigue

At 24 Hour Positioning we know that postural management is crucial to help prevent and manage complications such as breathing and digestive difficulties, contractures and ongoing structural changes of the spine and pelvis.




Felicity completed her undergraduate degree at the University College London, majoring in Linguistics. After graduating, Felicity gained experience working at the Parry House School, also London based, coaching special needs students to become independent and help achieve their goals. This was a pivotal point in Felicity’s career, allowing her to gain experience and recognition within the field of Occupational Therapy.  Felicity then completed her Masters in Occupational Therapy, at Southbank University of London. She gained experience working in Social Services, based in London, and specialised in home modifications and seating for children and adults. Then she decided she needed some vitamin D made the big move to Australia!

Since 2015, Felicity has resided and worked in Australia. Her current position has allowed Felicity to gain a diverse and versatile set of skills. For example, working at hospitals in the rehabilitation wards, enabling individuals who have experienced work place injuries to successfully transition back into the workforce, and complex seating and positioning, to name a few. Felicity is passionate about her career and her role within the Occupational Therapy field. She thrives on complex cases and problem solving, and finds reward in assisting individuals to dramatically change their life for the better.

Felicity was raised in Thailand and East Africa, and has continued her support of multiculturalism throughout her career. Her hobbies outside of work include crossfit, sailing, scuba diving, and essentially all water sports! I’m sure in another life I was meant to be a mermaid.



Lucinda commenced her career working in Finance. After several years working in a variety of Stockbroking Firms within the cash management arena, Lucinda decided to return to study as a mature aged student. Lucinda completed a Bachelor of Applied Science (Occupational Therapy) and gained 1st class Honours. Her thesis focused on the role of Occupational Therapist within Australian Emergency Departments. Lucinda has since worked as an acute Occupational Therapist, commencing at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in 2008. She has extensive experience in a variety of clinical caseloads including working with amputees, traumatic orthopaedics, acute brain injury and predominantly Hand Therapy. Lucinda’s love of hand therapy has seen her treat a variety of complex hand injuries and she has enjoyed the practical, problem solving component of splinting, casting and exercise prescription.

Lucinda’s vast experience in casting, splinting, measuring joint range of motion and practical problem solving adds an additional skill set and further enhances the therapeutic modalities within the complex seating and positioning team. She thrives on complex cases and problem solving and finds reward in assisting individuals to dramatically change their life for the better.

Lucinda is passionate about her career and her role within the Occupational Therapy field. Outside of work Lucinda enjoys spending time with her children, friends, and family. Her hobbies include yoga, kayaking, going to trivia with friends, good food and wine, and escaping to the South Coast for some R&R.



How long have you been working for 24 Hour Positioning and what is your role? I have been in the industry for 8 years involved in all aspects of setting up clients with their Assistive Technology (AT).

What is your background? How did this help you in your current position? I have a trade background which has helped me with solving the many complex challenges in getting AT made to suit each individual.

What is your favourite part of the job at 24 Hour Positioning? It is definitely seeing clients set up comfortable and smiling in their new custom moulded seating we built for them.

What is your least favourite part of the job? It would be the delay in funding that slows us down in getting good outcomes early.

What do you do when you are not working? I love fishing and spending time with my family.

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