Mary Law

2015 Thelma Cardwell Research Day to be held on June 24, 2015

The Department of Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy is pleased to welcome our 2015 Thelma Cardwell Lecturer, Dr. Mary Law, Professor Emeritus, School of Rehabilitation Science, Co-Founder, CanChild Centre for Childhood Disability Research McMaster University. Lecture Title: “Enabling Participation: Doing What Counts". Click for Agenda

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OT Alumni Leadership with the Ontario Society of Occupational Therapists (OSOT)

We are pleased to highlight the many accomplishments of our alumni who have chosen to serve on the OSOT Board of Directors in recent years. Congratulations and thanks to all of you. Click here to read their inspiring stories.

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Congratulations to Alex Mihailidis

Congratulations to Alex Mihailidis, lead investigator on the $36.6.M NCE, “Aging Gracefully across Environments using Technology to Support Wellness, Engagement, and Long Life”, or AGEWELL announced today by The Honourable Alice Wong, Minister of State (Seniors). To learn more about AGEWELL.

photo: Mandy Lowe, Angela Colantonio, and Katie Churchill

Leadership and Innovation

Inspiring Stories About Our OT Alumni

We have created a place on our website to profile examples of OT alumni making a difference in their workplace, their communities and our profession through leadership and innovative initiatives. Click here to read the inspiring leadership stories about Mandy Lowe, Angela Colantonio and Katie Churchill.

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Nella Rupp Receives Service Award

We are pleased to announce that Nella Rupp, Administrative Assistant - Clinical Education, has received the 2014 Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy Award for Excellence in Service. Read more.

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Therapy & Rehabilitation Professions Are In Demand

Research from the Council of Ontario Universities, as reported in the Globe & Mail on September 5, 2014, cites Therapy and Rehabilitation professions as having among the highest average annual salary based on 2011 graduate data. Read more..

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March of Dimes Canada Invests $1.5 million to the Department of Occupational Sciences and Occupational Therapy

The March of Dimes has donated $1.5 million to the Department an endowed Early Career Professorship for Research in Acquired Brain Injuries.

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