Phoebe is an enthusiastic, kind and patient Occupational Therapist who has a passion for helping and motivating others. Prior to her completing her Bachelor of Occupational Therapy, she completed a Bachelor of Health Science at Sydney University.
Phoebe has had lots of experience working with children over the years through work opportunities, student placements and volunteering for the Sense Rugby program at OTHC. Whilst completing her studies she worked as a disability support worker and as an occupational therapy assistant and helped many children and their families to achieve greater independence. These roles gave her experience working with children and adolescents with autism, ADHD, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, sensory processing difficulties and intellectual disabilities.
Whilst she has always known she would like to work in a field that helps others, her love for occupational therapy stemmed from early work experience and her passion for helping children.
Phoebe is excited to have the opportunity to develop relationships with families as they work together to achieve their child’s developmental goals. She believes every child should have the opportunity to develop and learn in order to reach their full potential.
On the weekend you will find her catching up with friends and family, taking her dog for walks and getting active outdoors. She enjoys travelling and has been playing the piano since she was little.