Indigenous Health Scholarship 2018

University of South Australia, SA
Bachelor of Occupational Therapy
Scholarship Awarded 2018
Sponsored by:

Rotary Club of Elizabeth

How will I contribute to improving Indigenous health as a qualified medical practitioner or health worker?

My passion within the health profession lies with Occupational Therapy.    At birth the doctors discovered I ha a dislocated hip and as a result I spent the first three months in a hip brace to secure the ball and socket joint, failure to wear the brace would have resulted in a lifelong limp.   As a result of this treatment I have been fortunate enough to enjoy a lifetime of health and fitness from a very young age.

After building on my interest of Anatomy and Physiology and developing more knowledge after successfully gaining a Certificate IV in Fitness and Health while completing my SACE, I have decided to base my career around helping, supporting and inspiring other to reach their health and fitness goals.   Throughout my life I have witnessed first-hand the effects of numerous family members suffering from chronic health conditions such as diabetes, strokes, osteoarthritis, cancer and pneumonia, I am about helping others improve their quality of life by using my qualifications to make a difference while having a positive impact on their lives.

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