Howdy, and apologies for the silence, I can’t believe we are 4-months into the year and this will only be my third blog?!! I’ve missed blogging so much! It was never my intention to be as quiet, but my manuscript is submitted and I have so much to update you on! You’ll be fed up… Continue reading Manuscript Submitted, What’s Next?
Tag: Life As a Young Woman With CP
Being a young woman and facing the twist and turns in life is hard but add CP to the mix and it becomes even harder…
Georgia the Occupational Therapist or Just Georgia?
Just like that, we’re at the end of the year. This year has been a really big one for me yet, it feels like it’s gone by in the blink of an eye and I feel as though I haven’t appreciated it as much as I should have. Recently, I’ll be honest, my mental health… Continue reading Georgia the Occupational Therapist or Just Georgia?
Is It Time to Take on New Challenges?
Is it time to take on new challenges? This is the question I’m facing at the moment and I’m not talking about career challenges, as I have quite the number of career-based adventure plates spinning at the moment, I’m talking about life-based challenges. At the beginning of the year, I started not only my first… Continue reading Is It Time to Take on New Challenges?
Am I as Disability Confident as I Think I Am?
As promised I am writing about my confidence in asking for help that I unpicked in my last blog. It’s a bit of a ‘typical’ blog I know, I know. But it is Disability Pride Month after all so if it’s got to be done, what better month to do it in? I always say… Continue reading Am I as Disability Confident as I Think I Am?
Life Update – June 2022
Who do I think I am? Writing a post titled ‘Life Update’, as if I’m that important that I need to give you a life update, I know you’re already thinking get on with it Georgia. I know you’re also thinking that the whole point of my blog was that I had my niche of… Continue reading Life Update – June 2022
How My Personality Is Shaped by My Disability
My disability is who I am, I am not trying to overcome my disability nor I am trying to define my disability as it certainly defines me. I am an occupational therapist, blogger and activist all because I am disabled so to say that my disability doesn’t define me would be a lie. My disability… Continue reading How My Personality Is Shaped by My Disability
My Transition Into Adulthood: Focus On Relationships
Transitions into adulthood is back! After this series creating quite a conversation last year I have decided to make this an ongoing series on NSTP. Especially as I am now transitioning to the working world. The conversations generated following the interview with my parents last year, inspired me to take the theme of transitions to… Continue reading My Transition Into Adulthood: Focus On Relationships
Finally! Becoming a Registered Occupational Therapist
At last, I can finally call myself a Newly Qualified Occupational Therapist!! I know what some of you are thinking, but couldn’t you say that back in June? No, I couldn’t. In the UK you cannot call yourself an Occupational Therapist or practice as an Occupational Therapist until you’re registered. Now, the scene is set… Continue reading Finally! Becoming a Registered Occupational Therapist
Getting Ready for University as a Disabled Healthcare Student
We are in September, how did that happen? I cannot believe how many months I was opening up my blogs with a countdown to finishing university and now I’ve been finished for 3 and a half months. I guess time flies when you are job hunting. Anyway seen as it’s September I thought I’d write… Continue reading Getting Ready for University as a Disabled Healthcare Student
My Transition Into Adulthood: An Interview With My Parents
Since finishing my studies I’ve been experiencing the loss of occupational role. I spent so many weeks counting down to when I would finish at university and being super excited for the summer but now it’s here and I still am looking for a job I'm not enjoying my time off as much as I… Continue reading My Transition Into Adulthood: An Interview With My Parents