Chad Timmermans

Chad Timmermans is an exercise physiologist and an applied psychologist. He has been working internationally in paediatric rehabilitation for 22 years. Chad grew up in his parent's paediatric rehabilitation clinic. He has spent his whole life around children with special needs. The result of which is a very diverse background of in-depth knowledge and experience.
Chad's passion is helping children achieve their "first": first step, first balance, first time sitting, first time crawling. In order to do this Chad has dedicated his career to continually searching for new therapies to help kids achieve the next level of ability.

Bronwyn Sawyer

Bronwyn Sawyer is an Exercise Physiologist; and has been working in paediatrics since 2019. She graduated with a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Science at USC in Queensland.

Bronwyn loves to make therapy as enjoyable as possible for everyone involved! Her passion is helping kids, and their families fall in love with exercise and to increase the child’s abilities whatever it might be, holding their head up, rolling, crawling, sitting, standing or walking.

Clare MacFarlane

Clare MacFarlane

Clare MacFarlane is our Clinical Supervisor. She completed her doctoral degrees from Bond University in Queensland – Doctor of Physiotherapy (2008-2011) and Doctor of Philosophy, Paediatrics (2012-2021).

Clare is also a Paediatric Physiotherapist with a special interest in disability. Providing weekly & intensive therapy blocks with 'out of the box' thinking and therapy approach.


 Jo Hayhurst

Jo is our amazing Finance Manager and Client Support Liaison. She handles all administration and scheduling for The Timmermans Method as well as being a supportive and understanding ear for all parents.

As a former executive assistant and project administrator in emergency services, as well as former chair of school council and current committee member of her local netball club, Jo is experienced in running an organization. Jo has become very passionate about helping brain-injured children and their families.