Rosemary has been involved in Behavioural Optometry for over 30 years and is a Foundation Member and Fellow of the Australasian College of Behavioural Optometrists (ACBO).  

She has an extensive background in clinical practice, child development and education and co-ordinated the Children’s Vision and Vision Therapy Clinics at the University of NSW for 25 years, where she was also responsible for designing and delivering  courses to both undergraduate and postgraduate Optometry students.  Rosemary’s contribution to Behavioural Optometry has been recognised with several awards from her profession.

Rosemary is passionate about Behavioural Optometry and Vision Therapy and the role they can play in assisting people to maximise their vision for study, work and leisure activities. Her particular areas of expertise include children with visual, developmental, learning and behavioural challenges and adults with acquired brain injuries.

In her spare time Rosemary renovates houses and with her own children now adults, she is looking forward to more relaxation and travel opportunities.