Jill is the proud mother of 3 amazing children & she absolutely loves being an occupational therapist. She received an undergraduate degree from the University of Alberta in Adapted Physical Education in 1998 & completed her degree in Occupational Therapy at McMaster University in 2000.
Jill provides private occupational therapy services for children from kindergarten through grade 12 in a clinic setting. Jill truly enjoys connecting with children, families, health care team members & school staff. She brings an ability to problem-solve, a love of family-centred service, and a playful spirit to her clients.
Jill has a keen interest in helping children & their families within a variety of areas including: self regulation, social skills, fine motor skills, executive functioning, sensory processing skills, attention skills & mental health concerns. Jill enjoys a varied practice, including providing support for students with learning disabilities, through to the gifted learner, with a variety of diagnoses.
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