Natasha Layton is an occupational therapist practicing, researching and teaching in the areas of assistive technology, disability, and outcomes. Natasha is currently senior research fellow with the Rehabilitation, Ageing and Independent Living Research Centre at Monash University, and a researcher with the Research and Evaluation Branch of the NDIS. Natasha is International Lead on the ARATA Board, and is Independent Chair of Australia’s National Assistive Technology Alliance. She is a volunteer with Polio Australia and Motivation Australia, and represents Australia internationally on the ISO 9999 Assistive Products Standards Working Group.
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