Chris graduated from the University of Canberra with a Bachelors of Sport and Exercise Science in 2012 prior to completing a Masters of Occupational Therapy, graduating in 2016. He was drawn to Occupational Therapy due to it’s core principle of assisting people to be able to effectively do what motivates them and the positive change this can provide.
Chris’ key area of interest is in using technology as a way of enhancing the independence and capacity of his clients. This could be through voice control, modified touch, mounting of hardware or even specific applications. He is passionate and motivated to find solutions to suit everyone due to seeing the improvement to capacity and quality of life that the correct technology based solution can bring.
Chris also brings experience in home modifications, wheelchair prescription, pressure care and general assistive technology prescription having worked in Community Occupational Therapy for four years. His spare time is spent enjoying the company of friends & family, running, cycling, umpiring AFL football and playing videogames.