Georgia obtained a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy from the Australian Catholic University. She is passionate about making a difference in the lives of children and families. Georgia takes a great interest in each individual family and adopts a therapy approach that targets the goals of the child, whilst ensuring that her interventions fit with each family’s needs. She strives towards seeing the joy it brings as each child develops skills and progresses towards achieving their goals.
Throughout her work, Georgia empowers families to support their child, working together to find strategies that will work best. She also adopts, and sees the benefit in, a collaborative approach, working with teachers and other health professionals to provide consistent and integrated care helping every child to reach their potential. Georgia’s areas of expertise include, learning difficulties, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Cerebral Palsy, mental health, genetic conditions (including chromosomal abnormalities), behaviour, stroke, independent living skills, self regulation, fine motor, handwriting and play skills.
In her spare time, Georgia enjoys exercising, making her own honey (from her own beehive!) and helping keep our beaches clean through her work with Sea Shepherd.