Member of l’Odre des ergothérapeutes du Quebec (2017)
Trained in Crisis Prevention Intervention (CPI)
After completing her Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy at McGill University, Megan was excited to be starting her career alongside the enthusiastic and knowledgeable team at Kiddo Active Therapy. Through her clinical placements, she has solidified her passion for working with the pediatric population, gaining valuable experiences in using sensory and neurodevelopmental approaches in both community and school-based settings. She always looks forward to connecting with her clients and creating a safe space for them to explore their functional potential in all areas of life.
Throughout her studies, Megan had immersed herself in work alongside children – be it as a day camp counselor, an arts program coordinator, a tutor, and a coach in multi-sport activities. Upon completion of her previous research project, Megan has gained a better understanding of the challenges children with special needs and their families face to accessing desired services in the community; as such, she hopes to promote children’s participation, wellbeing, and independence in their meaningful, everyday activities all while supporting their caregivers in the process. In her spare time, Megan enjoys running, cycling, hiking, painting, and hopes to improve her cooking skills.