Georgia is a friendly, calm and creative Occupational Therapist who graduated from the Australian Catholic University. Prior to this, Georgia has worked with children for many years through volunteer opportunities, student placements, and as an allied health assistant with OTHC.
Georgia has always known she wanted to work with children and their families, with her interest in Occupational Therapy developing from early work experience, and the opportunity to work holistically and build independence.
As an OT, Georgia enjoys being able to mix her creativity and knowledge to get the most out of every session. She is committed to continuing her development, completing workshops such as the ‘Traffic jam in my brain’ and ‘Supporting people with autism spectrum disorder and their families’ courses.
She enjoys working within all areas of child development but has a specific interest in fine and gross motor skill development, sensory processing and emotional regulation.
On the weekends you will find Georgia either on the netball court, spending time with family and friends, or reading a good book with a cup of tea.