Georgia graduated from Notre Dame University in 2012 with a Bachelor of Science:
Physiotherapy. She began her career at Sir Charles Gardiner Hospital, founding a
broad skill base working across areas such as neurological rehabilitation,
neurosurgery, orthopaedics, intensive care, amputees and musculoskeletal outpatients.
In 2014 she pursued her growing interest in Neurology and Paediatrics and gained a position at the Centre for Cerebral Palsy (now known as the Ability Centre). It was here that Georgia discovered her passion for working in Early Intervention and providing meaningful and effective intervention for all of her clients.
In 2015 Georgia went traveling for 8 months across South America, Central America and Mexico. She sought out volunteer opportunities through her travels and spent an extended period living in Peutro Vallarta, Mexico. She volunteered at a charity organisation called Pasitos de Luz, providing peer mentoring and therapy to disadvantaged babies and children with disabilities.
After her travels Georgia returned to her position at Ability Centre. She further pursued her Early Intervention interest, predominately working with younger children with complex needs and provided guidance for premature babies in a developmental playgroup setting. She was a research assistant for research programs at Ability Centre and was the senior clinical lead for running training intervention. She has wealth of experience working in a multidisciplinary team to provide intensive intervention, locomotor training and play based therapy. Georgia was a representative for Paediatric Physiotherapy Service Network (PPSN).
In 2019 Georgia further pursued her passion for intensive intervention and gained a position at the Healthy Strides Foundation. She is really excited to be apart of the Healthy Strides team and is looking forward to contributing towards important research. She is incredibly passionate about providing meaningful and effective intervention to assist children and their families understand and reach their potential.