Hannah is an enthusiastic therapist who is passionate about helping clients maintain independence and achieve their goals. She has a strong interest in neurological conditions. Hannah has experience in public and private settings. She comes to us from the acute hospital in a neurosurgical and stroke caseload where she has gained invaluable experience in assessing and treating upper limb, visual and cognitive difficulties. She is excited to be able to work in the community and follow clients through their recovery process and enable independence.
Hannah completed her Honours project, “Semantic-based memory encoding strategies to promote healthy functioning in older adults with mild cognitive impairment”, during her first degree. She presented her Honours Thesis at the 2014 NSW/ACT Occupational Therapy Conference. She achieved a place on the 2014 School of Science and Health Dean’s Merit List and 2016 Macquarie University Merit List. She is a member of the Golden Key International Honour Society.
Hannah loves seeking out opportunities for professional development courses to further her knowledge and skills in treating clients.
- Bachelor of Health Science (Honours) / Master of Occupational Therapy
- Bachelor of Philosophy – Faculty of Human Sciences (Cognitive Science)
Hannah’s other passions include soccer, cycling, quilting, all animals and learning Italian. She hopes to get a dog of her own soon.