Occupational Therapist

Koby Agazzani

I love that as an Occupational Therapist, no two days are the same! With each client, there is still so much excitement and pride through empowering and enabling them to achieve their goals

10 Fun Facts About Koby

What is your favourite movie? Matilda and The Grinch

 

What is your favourite food? Pizza. 

 

Where were you born? Mackay

 

Where did you study OT?  James Cook University of Townsville

 

What did you love to do as a kid? Dance

 

What did you think you were going to be growing up? A teacher or a mum.

 

Do you have any pets?  I have a cat named Zoey who lives in Mackay with her grandparents.

 

Tell us an interesting fact about you. I danced at Disney World when I was 14

 

Who is you favourite Disney character? Mulan or Belle

 

Which four people would you most like to have a conversation with? My Grandmother, Gary Chapman, Barrack Obama and Ryan Reynolds

 

What is your favourite Band?  I can’t pick just one!

Koby has worked with many clients of various ages, cultures and backgrounds covering many areas within Occupational Therapy.

Having always been incredibly passionate about working with children, Koby has been a long term volunteer for the Children’s Hospital Foundation where she has had the opportunity to apply her acquired knowledge and practical skills in paediatric, non-clinical setting.

Koby enjoys being challenged, which sees her portfolio comprising a wide range of diagnoses such as autism spectrum disorder, physical, neurological, developmental, intellectual and behavioural disabilities.  Koby prides herself on working holistically with her clients, and highly values working with her clients, their family and all other stakeholders involved in their care to ensure the best possible outcomes can be achieved.

Koby thoroughly believes that Occupational Therapy has the most potential to allow clients to reach their full potential.  Koby hopes that by finding ways to empower and enable function, clients will develop the skills necessary to increase their engagement in meaningful activities, further their independence and improve their quality of life.

Koby is a member of Occupational Therapy Australia.