What inspired you to become an OT?
I wanted to pursue a career that allowed me to combine my passion for health with the opportunity to be creative to support participation and independence in everyday activities and improve the quality of life of children and adults. Becoming an OT was a good marriage of the two!
Who do you like to work with?
Children with a range of difficulties in the areas of fine and gross motor skills, emotional regulation, social skills and sensory processing which have affected their ability to participate and engage in activities within their school and home environments. Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Intellectual Disability and Developmental Delay.
I really enjoy bushwalking/hiking and exploring new places to eat with family and friends. I have also recently fallen in love with listening to podcasts!
• Bachelor of Health Sciences (Major: Movement Sciences)- The University of Sydney
• Master of Occupational Therapy- The University of Sydney