Member of the l’Ordre des Ergothérapeutes du Québec
Trained in Handwriting Without Tears
Therapeutic Listening and CO-OP approach
Anna completed her undergraduate degree in kinesiology in 2009 and her first masters degree in rehabilitation science, with a thesis on disability policy. From here, Anna decided that she needed to work with people, and she went on to complete her second masters degree in occupational therapy at McGill University. She has since published research articles in the field of pediatric occupational therapy, but focuses most of time as a school-based occupational therapist for the Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board and being part of the Kiddo Active team. Anna loves working with children and their families to reach functional goals, and to open windows of opportunity. She finds joy and excitement in helping kids grow, learn, and become the best version of themselves. When she is not working, she applies the same enthusiasm to spinning, running, yoga, crocheting, and spending time with her friends and family.