Search OT’s Working in Private Practice

You may choose to hire an occupational therapist (OT) privately. Like other independent contractors, OTs offer varied rates and services. Are you an SAOT Member working in private practice? Log in to update your personal profile here.

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    Kayla Oakley
    Sandie Searle
    vishal anand
    Brittany Myhre
    Lyndsey Bristow
    Kim Mikalson
    Terri Feltham
    Rose Plett
    Sharan Kaur
    Lesley Heysel
    Candis Derksen
    Paula Girard
    Kassandra Deluca
    Claudette Aguilon
    Lalit Gaur
    Tammy Cheng
    Sharon Phillips
    Karen Blumenstock
    Kristin Ward
    Camelia Vokey
    Rosemary Wong Ken-Noda
    Judith Pinto-Coy
    Kristin Kinkaide
    Kristie Paetkau
    Sheka Reid
    Daniela Cavalcante
    Sarah Sisson
    Jignasha Bhatt
    Caryn George
    Nerida Gbadamassi
    Kimberley Giesbrecht
    Jessica Edwards
    Kara Michaluk
    Sung Ho Yun
    IFFAT SHAGUFTA
    Courtney King
    Alexandra Kent
    Charlene Wright
    Melissa Badger
    Erin Walsh
    Sylvia kathol
    patricia jones
    Megan Kossowan
    A Helping Hand- Occupational Therapy and the use of Accupuncture Shelly Craig
    Accessibly Yours Home Modifications Ltd. Denise Thorsley
    Achieve OT Ltd. Ann Boys
    Advance Occupational Therapy Services Danielle Pluth
    Andrea Wuetherick, Occupational Therapist Andrea Wuetherick
    Andrew O.T. Consulting Ltd. Mavis Andrew
    Appelt OT Consulting Ltd./Mindful Pain Management Joanne Appelt

    Find a OT

    An OT considers the individual’s goals, abilities and challenges and works together with the individual, family and/or other care providers to support functional concerns related, but not limited to:

    • Self-care: eating, sleeping, dressing, developmental transitions, home management, driving;
    • Productivity: play, learning, work, retraining and transitions;
    • Leisure: play, recreation, hobbies, socializing and sports.

    Learn more at www.otalberta.ca on how an occupational therapist can assist you or someone you know.

    Finding an OT to Help

    Agencies that fund occupational therapy services include:
    • Programs in your Zone offered by Alberta Health Services
    • Extended health benefits with some insurers or as part of an insurance claim (e.g., motor vehicle accident)
    • Veterans Affairs for eligible veterans
    • Workers’ Compensation for a work-related injury
    • Local preschools and schools for developmental or learning needs
    Ask your service provider or insurer if occupational therapy is covered. For more information, contact Health Link Alberta (in Calgary 403-943-5465, in Edmonton 780-408-5465, or Toll-Free 1-866-408-5465), or check the Inform Alberta website.