New graduates get creative
Two UniSA graduates who started at Minda in January this year – Jasmin and Chloe – are making a great contribution to the services provided by Minda ASSIST Therapy.
“I started out studying cognitive neuroscience, but realised that my passion was in the physiotherapy area,” Jasmin says.
“Working at Minda gives you the opportunity to work with a really wide range of clients, with many different needs. It never gets boring!"
Chloe, who studied Exercise & Sport Science and went on to complete a Masters in Physiotherapy, agrees.
“You learn something new from every appointment, especially with all the different types of equipment we can access," Chloe says.
“I didn’t want to do something where I ended up treating routine sports injuries all day. The work at Minda is challenging, as you need to be able adapt all the time, and very rewarding when you are able to achieve client goals."
Lead Business Transformation (Client Services) Kris Roberts says it was great to have Jasmin and Chloe join our talented team this year.
“They bring up-to-date thinking and skills from their recently completed studies. This adds to the depth of knowledge we can offer clients and represents an exciting future for the business,” she says.