Bachelor of Applied Science (Occupational Therapy) (Honours), Sydney University
Cerebral Palsy Alliance
University of Sydney (Casual Research assistant)
Megan graduated with honours in 2009 and has over 10 years of experience working with infants, children and adults with with Cerebral Palsy and like disabilities. She enjoys working closely with clients and their families for upper limb rehabilitation, particularly in younger clients for early intervention. Megan's experience is comprehensive and includes casting and splinting to manage muscle tone and length as well as ADL equipment and wheelchair prescription. She also has an interest in research and continuing education.
Handwriting in Healthy Adults Aged 20-24 years: Informing Handwriting Rehabilitation.
Gozzard, M., McCluskey, A., Lannin, N., van Drempt, N. (2012). International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 19 (1) p. 31-41
Work Days: 4 Days per week
Areas Covered: The Hills District, Nepean and Hawkesbury and surrounds