About Me

A close up image of Georgia- hair straight just below shoulders I have my glasses on and a white top.

My name is Georgia I am 21-years old and I am disabled occupational therapy graduate.

“Her blog discusses important topics and uniquely from two different perspectives from first-hand experience of living with a disability as well as a professionals viewpoint.”

CP Teens UK, 2020

I am a new occupational therapy graduate. Throughout my time at university and I have some positive but challenging experiences. I always have and always will embrace my life with a disability however, at times it can be complicated and therefore I use my blog to make sense of the complicated times.

A little more detail…

Why Occupational Therapy?

Myself with loosely curled hair in a bottle green dress stood in from of a big out door Christmas Tree. The dress has thrills on the right side the cross over around the knees and then line the bottom of the dress. I have gold heels on with my toes painted red. Stood outside in a patio like area.
Purposely picked this for the bottle green just like occupational therapy!

I’ve received a lot of occupational therapy input from being born up until the age of 16 due to having cerebral palsy. My occupational therapists played a very significant role in my life and helped massively providing me with equipment that I still use daily. My latest occupational therapy input was when I went for a driving assessment at the age of 17, at the time of that assessment I knew that I wanted to become an occupational therapists but there was still that doubt that I was making the wrong choice. However, this assessment made me realise how diverse the profession was and that the was when I released the role for me.

My Passion

Myself sitting in my blue chair looking at my laptop with a Disney Micky Mouse notebook and a social media tip book with 500 tips. I have a brown top on with buttons my hair is down and I have my glasses on. The background is grey.

I believe that the online community is a powerful place for disabled people to connect, share stories and provide a sense of belongingness for those who do not have anyone around them in a similar situation. As an occupational therapy graduate, I consider myself a people person and I am looking forward to working with people every day in my future job. However, I believe that virtual occupational therapy can be an alternative for people who cannot, or struggle leave the house. Not only this online groups can help provide a sense of community for those how are socially isolated.

So, who know where my journey will take me?

Subscribe to my blog to find out more in my fortnightly posts or get in touch- all contact information can be found on my Portfolio.

I look forward to getting to know you.

Georgia x

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