Geraldine graduated from La Trobe University, Bundoora in 2002. She is a friendly professional with a broad skill-set gained from a wide range of work experiences across the public hospital, not for profit community and private residential aged care services.
Her mantra and belief is, “To leave a place better than when it was first found.” With this, she seeks to see the potential in people and places and works together with them to arrive at common ground.
“The beauty of home based Occupational Therapy is the honour to see each person meaningfully within their own safe places and to be afforded that privileged opportunity to contribute towards increasing their sense of purpose and agency.”
In her spare time, Geraldine enjoys nurturing her young family, travelling for good food, playing board games on holidays, and is most happy to entertain discussions ranging from philosophy and worldviews right through to Asian dramas, raising kids and relationships.