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Meet Georgia, a dynamic 26-year-old from Australia. With a personality that radiates hard work, enthusiasm, and boundless energy, Georgia is your go-to person for reliability and care.

She brings a wealth of expertise as a Specialist Pediatric Occupational Therapist, and her substantial experience extends to supporting children of all abilities in both one-on-one and group settings.

With over a decade of hands-on experience, Georgia's impressive portfolio includes roles as a babysitter, nanny, swim instructor, support worker, and healthcare professional specializing in sensory processing, play, and movement therapy. Her journey has nurtured not only her expertise but also her exceptional professionalism, organizational skills, and top-notch communication abilities.

Beyond her professional pursuits, Georgia is a passionate outdoors enthusiast. Most of her free time is spent immersed in nature, whether it's hiking, swimming, hitting the beach, or embarking on new adventures. When it comes to childcare, Georgia's vibrant energy and diverse background make her an exceptional choice for families seeking reliable and experienced care.



"Georgia was responsible for providing assessment and treatment to our paediatric clientele within the private practice setting. Intervention was offered both on a 1:1 basis as well as group based therapy. Our clients ranged from the ages of approximately 12 months of age to 15 years of age and presented with a range of diagnoses including (but not limited to): Autism Spectrum Disorder; Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder; Sensory Processing Disorder; Down Syndrome; Neurological impairments; genetic disorders; fine and gross motor delay; global developmental delay; and behavioural challenges.

I had the opportunity to work closely with Georgia throughout her tenure at our organisation and I am pleased to offer the following insights regarding her time with us:

  1. Teamwork and Collaboration: Georgia is an excellent team player. She definitely has a collaborative and supportive approach, making her a valuable addition to any workgroup. She continues to be missed by all her colleagues.

  2. Communication Skills: Georgia communicates effectively and clearly, both verbally and in writing. She was well loved by her clients and their families, which is a reflection of her ability to connect and interact with them. Her reporting skills were demonstrated through the countless assessment reports and funding reports she was required to write for a range of clients.

  3. Adaptability: Georgia has a remarkable ability to adapt to new challenges and rapidly learn new skills.

  4. Work Performance: Georgia consistently demonstrated exceptional work performance. She always engaged in treatment sessions to the best of her ability using current therapy practices and this was made evident through the progress each of her clients made. She worked hard to meet KPIs in terms of clients treated each week.

  5. Professionalism: Georgia consistently maintained a high level of professionalism in her interactions with colleagues, clients, and their families. She had an innate ability to navigate the pressures of her role through fun and lightheartedness without ever compromising the level of professionalism that was expected at our organisation.

  6. Punctuality and Reliability: Georgia was consistently punctual and reliable, completing all administrative tasks in a timely manner. Nothing was ever a hassle and she went above and beyond to ensure treatment sessions and social group programs ran as smoothly as possible. "



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