My name is Aeisha, I joined YAG because I’m passionate about improving healthcare in South Australia. I believe that everyone should have equal access to adequate services designed to assist them in their health and medical needs. I’m excited to contribute to initiatives that improve young people’s healthcare experiences and expand my knowledge of the South Australian health system.
As I near the end of my high school journey, my top priority is to fulfill my ambition of pursuing a career in medicine. However, in my leisure time, I value spending quality moments with my family, especially my younger sister. Along with my academic pursuits, I’m also dedicated to personal growth and making a difference in my community, which I fulfill by participating in the Australian Army Cadets and Surf Life Saving. I love exploring the great outdoors through camping and 4×4 driving with my Mitsubishi Triton. I also have a keen interest in traveling and immersing myself in different cultures, which allows me to expand my worldview and meet people from diverse backgrounds.
Working on the Adolescent Transition Care Framework with CEIH and ATCSCN is an exciting opportunity for me to contribute to improving the healthcare experience for young people in South Australia. I am thrilled to be a part of a team that is dedicated to developing a comprehensive framework that will enhance the continuity of care and ensure a smooth transition for these vulnerable groups.