When she first finished school, Kimberly wasn’t sure what career path she wanted to go down. She came across occupational therapy through a conversation with her cousin, and instantly realised it was what she wanted to do.
Kimberly loves that her job allows her to make a difference in someone’s life and truly focus on what is most meaningful to them. Helping her clients meet their needs, increase their independence and autonomy, and help them live as they wish is her favourite part of the job.
If she could teach people anything about neurological occupational therapy, it would be that OTs have the ability to be creative whilst using their knowledge on the body and the brain to make a difference for clients. OT’s think outside the box, and it enables them to find the best solutions.