Georgia is an occupational therapist who graduated from Sheffield Hallam University in 2021. During her studies she established her award-winning blog ‘Not So Terrible Palsy’, which explored her experiences as a disabled occupational therapy student and explained how she navigated the barriers she faced during her professional training.
In her work as a Graduate Teaching Assistant at the University of Huddersfield Georgia continues to strive to improve the university journey for other occupational therapy students who have experience of disability. Georgia, also does this in her role as one of the founding members of AbleOTUK - a network and advocacy group for occupational therapists with lived experience of disability.
Georgia is currently writing her debut book to dismantle ableism within occupational therapy practice and healthcare. In which she uniquely analyses her life experiences by using her knowledge as both an occupational therapist and activist.