Dr Natasha Layton is an occupational therapist specialising in assistive technology and environmental interventions. Her PhD study focussed on assistive technology costs and outcomes.
Natasha has worked with diverse populations in rehabilitation and community settings over the last 20 years.
Natasha represents ARATA (Australian Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology Association) on Standards Australia’s Mobility Appliances Committee, and represents Australia on the International Standards Committee for ISO 9999 Assistive Products for Persons with Disability.
Natasha consults to the World Health Organization (WHO) on assistive technology and is a Senior Lecturer: Occupational Therapy in Department of Health Professions, School of Health Sciences: Faculty of Health, Arts and Design, at Swinburne University of Technology, Victoria.