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375 William Street
Unit #1Midland,OntarioL4R 2S4
115 Bell Farm Rd. Unit 102Barrie,OntarioL4M 5G1
Casey received her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy degree from McMaster University in 2017, as well as a Bachelor of Physical and Health Education (Honours degree) at Queen's University in 2015. Casey has continued her postgraduate education by successfully completing the ImPACT trained Occupational Therapist program, the Concussion Management workshops level 1 and 2 through Concussion Rehab Works Inc., and various educational courses regarding wheelchair prescription. She has obtained certificates in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), as well as Motivational Interviewing (MI). She has also obtained her authorizer status with the Assistive Devices Program (ADP) for mobility devices, through the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC).
Casey strives to provide a higher standard of one-on-one care that is effective, efficient and motivating. Her focus is on providing client-centered care, by respecting the client's expertise in their own experience and allowing her clients to direct the focus of their sessions. Casey has experience in multiple areas of practice, including concussion care, mental health, home safety, older adult care, environmental accessibility, motor vehicle accidents, case management, palliative care, mobility assessment and prescription, and ergonomics. Casey is committed to putting her clients needs first and advocating for them.
While attending Queen's University, Casey was selected to participate in the Athletic Therapy mini-stream program, and worked as a student trainer for the Queen's varsity football team for three years. She travelled with the team and provided support during both practices and games. She supported the players with both preventative care, as well as urgent on field care.
In her spare time, Casey now enjoys DIY projects around her home, and trying out new recipes. She is keen to help people achieve their goals and support them along their individual journeys.