Allied Health Assistant Trainee
“Seeing the smiles on children’s faces when they achieve something that once was impossible is my favourite thing about my job”
Bella has completed her certificate 3 in Allied Health assistance through a school based traineeship and is working at our Warner’s Bay clinic once a week while she completes final years at school while. Once Bella has finished her traineeship, she will be a qualified allied health assistant and is endeavouring to study occupational therapy at university.
Bella is enthusiastic about learning as much as she can about all different pathways within her field, some of her personal interests include:
- Sensory processing disorder
- Fine and gross motor skills
- Emotional regulation
- Social interactions
Bella is enthralled with all things creative from the construction of artworks to the development of gross motor skills through play. She loves creating madness, mess and magic through crazy science experiments while also creating music through percussion instruments.
She is a passionate baker, with a certificate in hospitality - kitchen operations. She enjoys all things food and continues to cook and create different ethnic foods at home!
Bella enjoys developing skills through gross motor skills in particular basketball; she has been involved in representative programs from a young age and passes her wisdom and skills on to the children to allow them to achieve their goals.