I was inspired to become an OT when I was seven. I have a younger sister with Down Syndrome and witnessed her many severely reduced function and life skills. I wanted to help families in similar situations to the best of my abilities.
I chose Occupational Therapy as a career path due to my personal experience of disability. I really enjoy seeing the ‘light bulb’ switch on in areas of difficulty, improving the function and life of those with disability through play and hands-on therapy. I apply myself to advocate for those who need support and within the OT industry.
While at Sensory SMART, I have developed a number of programs