Bronte's professional path in occupational therapy commenced with her immersion in community-based therapy under the NDIS at ORS Group. This experience fine-tuned her understanding of patient autonomy and the nuances of daily living. Her work as a Client Liaison Officer with the Western Australia Police Force’s Injury Management unit further enriched her perspective, where she was instrumental in offering early intervention strategies, vocational guidance, and wellness programs, especially to those grappling with psychological challenges and physical injuries.
Deepening her clinical knowledge through student placement and volunteer work, Bronte has held positions as a Student Occupational Therapist, both at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital's Neurology Department and with Therapy Focus. These roles sharpened her expertise in neurophysical assessments, upper limb rehabilitation, and patient-centric therapeutic sessions. Bronte also volunteered as an Occupational Therapist Assistant at St John of God, Subiaco, where she assisted in program development and patient advocacy.