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Carrie Sant


Carrie Sant

Occupational Therapist

Carrie has always had a strong desire to work in a role where she would be helping others. After completing an undergraduate degree, she started her career working with children and young adults with additional and complex needs in a variety of roles and settings including education, leisure activities and within their own home. The reward and value she experienced from working with people to enable them to participate in activities that were meaningful to them led her to pursue occupational therapy. She qualified in 2016.

Since graduating, she has worked in a number of diverse roles with adults with a broad range of complex physical and cognitive disabilities including acquired brain injuries, sight loss, learning disabilities and autism using occupation as the therapeutic framework to increase independence and support people to achieve their goals.

Carrie has a special interest in assistive technology as she has experienced the value it can have for people in compensating for the difficulties they experience and enabling them to achieve the things they want to do, often with greater independence, safety, choice and control.

Carrie says: “The thing I love most about my work is supporting people to identify and engage in activities which will enable them to develop their skills, confidence and independence.”

In her spare time, she enjoys exploring the beaches and green spaces in her local area with her two dogs on foot, by bike or kayak. She has spent time in Europe, North and South America and East Asia, and still has a long list of places she hopes to visit in the future.

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