Sheri is a creative Occupational Therapist who puts the needs of her clients first. She focuses on putting “fun” into therapy and enjoys developing positive, therapeutic relationships with each of her clients. Sheri has been working in the field of Occupational Therapy for 19 years.
She is an Occupational Therapist, registered with the College of Occupational Therapists. She graduated from University of Toronto in 1991. Over the years, her career has provided her with a range of opportunities including working in an acute care inpatient hospital setting, and in a vocational rehabilitation setting with the Ontario March of Dimes. She has brought her innovate problem-solving and clinical skills to roles such as Designated Assessment Centre (DAC) assessor and Provincial DAC coordinator for persons who have been in a motor vehicle accident (MVA) and require attendant care services.
Over the past seven years her career has focused on the pediatric population. She has worked in the school system providing assessment, treatment and consultation for children with a variety of special needs and diagnoses. She has also worked in a clinic providing Pediatric Occupational Therapy services and Occupational Therapy services for children and adults with acquired brain injury.
Dedicated to continuing education, Sheri has attended a variety of post-graduate courses, workshops, and conferences including but not limited to Handwriting without Tears, Is it Sensory or Behaviour?, Brain Gym, and Learning Outside the Box
She also keeps updated on the Motor Vehicle Accident Industry regulations especially where it pertains to persons with Acquired Brain Injury. She is often sought after to work on complex catastrophic and non-catastrophic cases due to extensive knowledge of the MVA realm.
Sheri lives in Waterloo with her husband and three teenaged children.