HULC SUBIACO CLOSED FOR RENOVATION FROM 8 JULY – REOPENING AUGUST
We are pleased to announce that renovations of our Subiaco clinic will commence shortly. We are implementing some exciting upgrades to enhance your experience. Unfortunately this means that our Subiaco clinic will be closed from Monday 8th July for approximately 4 weeks. During this time, our therapists will continue to be available at our other clinics. Our administration team can assist you with any enquiries on 08 9334 0777. We look forward to welcoming you back to our newly renovated Subiaco clinic soon!

Tahliya graduated from Curtin University in 2019 with a Bachelor of Science (honours) in occupational therapy. Tahliya’s interest in hand therapy sparked throughout her university studies with her interest in anatomy and assisting people to get people back to their usual activities safely. 

Tahliya completed her final year practicum at The Hand and Upper Limb Centre (HULC) which solidified her interest in the area. Upon graduation, Tahliya worked in private hand therapy for a year, she then moved to the hospital setting to gain a broader Occupational Therapy experience and worked across surgical, medical, and outpatient settings. It wasn’t long before Tahliya started to miss hand therapy and is now excited to be back in the area with HULC.

Tahliya is an active member of the hand therapy community, regularly attending hand interest groups run through the Australian Hand Therapy Association (AHTA). Tahliya has also participated in several professional development opportunities through AHTA, WA Occupational Therapy Association, and Hand Spark.

Occupational Therapist

Tahliya Norman

Tahliya graduated from Curtin University in 2019 with a Bachelor of Science (honours) in occupational therapy. Tahliya’s interest in hand therapy sparked throughout her university studies with her interest in anatomy and assisting people to get people back to their usual activities safely. 

Tahliya completed her final year practicum at The Hand and Upper Limb Centre (HULC) which solidified her interest in the area. Upon graduation, Tahliya worked in private hand therapy for a year, she then moved to the hospital setting to gain a broader Occupational Therapy experience and worked across surgical, medical, and outpatient settings. It wasn’t long before Tahliya started to miss hand therapy and is now excited to be back in the area with HULC.

Tahliya is an active member of the hand therapy community, regularly attending hand interest groups run through the Australian Hand Therapy Association (AHTA). Tahliya has also participated in several professional development opportunities through AHTA, WA Occupational Therapy Association, and Hand Spark.