Rewarding in every way.
My Diagnostic Radiographer,
My Medical Social Worker,
My Prosthetist & Orthotist,
Make a career switch.
It all began when Evelyn’s friend was able to engage in personally meaningful activities thanks to the help of an occupational therapist, who taught her how to use a computer again with the help of adaptive equipment.
There were healthcare scholarships for commonly-known professions but what intrigued me was respiratory therapy. The more I read about the profession, the more interested I was.
What makes physiotherapy special is being able to make a difference in the lives of others – from restoring function to improving movement.
I had always wanted to work in the healthcare sector. After some research, I chanced upon an unusual profession that few have heard of: Prosthetist and Orthotist.
As a young ballerina, I was accustomed to the rigorous training regimen expected of me. Unfortunately, it took a toll on my foot.
The first time I crossed paths with a social worker was just after my A level examinations.
"Are you going to be a radio DJ (disc jockey)?" I get that a lot when I tell people my course of study.
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