Meg is an enthusiastic occupational therapist with a passion for paediatrics. Meg graduated with a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours) from Curtin University. During her degree, Meg gained experience through paediatric placements where her passion for working with children with disabilities grew.
Prior to working as an occupational therapist, Meg gained invaluable experience working as a support worker for children with disabilities. As a support worker, Meg regularly attended therapy sessions with her clients, and then worked with families and therapists to ensure clients were given opportunities to practice skills learnt in therapy in their daily lives. Through this experience, Meg understands the benefits, as well as challenges, of implementing therapeutic techniques within home and school settings and is holistic in her approach, with a thorough understanding of daily tasks, routines, and play.
In her spare time, Meg enjoys going to the beach, travelling, and spending time with friends and family.