Rebecca graduated with a degree in Prosthetics and Orthotics with Honours in 2001 and subsequently completed a Masters of Clinical Rehabilitation, followed by studies in Business Administration. She has worked in both public and private practices in ACT, WA, NSW, SA and Victoria. Rebecca has experience working with both adult and paediatric clients (and their families), to provide the most appropriate prosthesis or orthosis for the individual and their circumstances. She has worked across rehabilitation and acute streams in inpatient and outpatient settings for rural and urban clinics. She has been involved in service development, the establishment of rural and regional clinics and the implementation of new procedures and clinical practices. Professionally, Rebecca’s areas of interest include Patient Centred Care and the continued advancement of the Prosthetic and Orthotic profession. She enjoys the challenge and creativity required to match client needs with appropriate technology to create a prosthesis that is not only comfortable and functional but fits the clients’ lifestyle.