Sarah is an Occupational Therapist who has spent much of her career working with children and families in primary health care settings. This work has involved partnering with children, parents, carers and educators to build their capacity to support children’s physical and emotional development.
In her work Sarah seeks to acknowledge the complexity of parenting while exploring the child’s experience of the world as a way of understanding their presentation. Much of her work is focused on play and supporting parents to play with their children in ways that encourage positive growth in the child.
Sarah currently lectures in the Occupational Therapy Program at the University of South Australia.