Fatimah is a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy graduate from the National University of Malaysia (UKM), where she was exposed to a multitude of Occupational Therapy practice areas and settings including hospitals, schools and NGOs. Her practical experiences encompass an array of practice areas including orientation and mobility, neurology, orthopedics, and mental health, which includes services of OT in physical and psychosocial modalities, environment modifications, and splint and pressure garment fabrication.

During her studies, she took the opportunity to work at an Autism school and an NGO providing for children with special needs of various severities and conditions (cerebral palsy, autism and learning disabilities) in her semester breaks. Prior to studying Occupational Therapy, Fatimah was involved in a home-based therapy for a child with autism, and had since developed a special interest in pediatric therapy. She enjoys collaborating closely with her clients, and she is most passionate about helping children experience the most out of childhood and growing up – most of all to have fun!