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Wednesday, 19 December 2012

South Calgary Private Contract for Jan 2013


I am a private service provider and am arranging a specialized service team for a new family I will be taking on in January 2013.  I have been in contact with a number of OT's that I currently work with but have had no luck finding someone with availability.  This family lives just north of Chinook mall and needs programming to be done between 4:30-6:30pm on Mon-Wed's as well as Saturday mornings.  These times are when the aide will be working and all the professionals are free to come in whenever they can within those times.  OT has about 4 hours  per month in the contract to use (possibly a bit more than that from Jan-April).  If anyone is interested please email Cindy Oneil at cindy-oneil@hotmail.com or phone (403) 669-6505.  The child has autism and seems not too severe but I don't know much else about the family yet at this time.  

Merry Christmas
Cindy Oneil

Monday, 17 December 2012

Private Contract in NW Calgary

I am looking for a good OT that lives in NW area of Calgary. My son is almost 6. He was diagnosed with ADHD and Sensory processing disorder. My contact email is: mei.butler@gmail.com and my home phone 403-475-7815



Wednesday, 12 December 2012

Building Blocks with Sheila Frick

Dear Colleges,

Do you feel that something is missing in your practice?  Do you feel you need something more in your tool box?  Sheila Frick is coming to Calgary in May 2013 to address just that.  Her hands-on workshop will explore the development of posture and reflexes, and its relationship to gross and fine motor skills along with visual and auditory function. This course will allow participants to fine tune their clinical observation skills for the clients who are often difficult to test. It will provide therapists with an in-depth understanding of the developmental and neurophysiological links between sensory integration and the basic primary movement patterns that provide the foundation (or building blocks) for sensory modulation and integration.

More information here.

We hope you are able to join us,

Carol & Krista
(Kids4OT & Growing Skills Inc.)

Tuesday, 11 December 2012

Sensory Product Trial

Squease is a new product very recently developed which helps people with sensory processing issues better deal with anxiety. More information is available at www.squeasewear.com including a 2 minute animation detailing how it works.

The product has been very popular with Occupational Therapists in the UK and has been featured in professional journals including that of the Sensory Integration Network (UK and Ireland).

We are now launching the product in Canada and are seeking to gather information on best practice and the appropriateness of the product to your methods. We are inviting a number of therapists to participate in a short trial of the inflatable vest which will be supplied free of charge in exchange for help in gathering feedback and reporting in what situations it is beneficial to their clients

Would you be interested in being part of the scheme? If so let me know and I will organize a vest to be sent out.

Many thanks for considering this invitation and I look forward to hearing from you.

Kind regards

Mike Rowley

skype: mike.rowley180

Monday, 10 December 2012

SOS Approach coming to Edmonton Fall 2013

Picky Eaters Versus Problem Feeders
The SOS Approach to Feeding

Kay Toomey, PhD & Team

November 7-10, 2013

Sponsored by SAOT
Click here to register and find more information.

Wednesday, 5 December 2012

OCCTH 558 Development Projects

Hello Everyone,
The Department of Occupational Therapy, University of Alberta, is once again inviting you to submit ideas for program development projects for the course OCCTH 558 Enabling Occupation: Community.  These will be completed by graduating (2nd year) MScOT students during the timeframe January 7 - March 1, 2013.  The course is being coordinated by Sharon Brintnell, but I (Jutta) am once again the contact person for the Calgary and southern Alberta area (excluding Red Deer). 
Please see the attached letter from Sharon Brintnell regarding proposed project ideas, what was completed last year, and what is needed now if you are wanting to submit a project for development.  There is also a Project Checklist attached that is referenced in the letter from Sharon. 
To summarize briefly, if you have ideas for new programs or the expansion of existing programs in your organization/setting, then feel free to submit a one paragraphoutline of the proposed project that can be posted on the web so that students start to have an idea of which project to pick.  This needs to include a brief description of the site, the population to be served and the idea/rationale behind the project so that the students can start a literature search prior to meeting with you.
We would appreciate all proposals being submitted no later than December 12, 2012 by noon.  They should be submitted to me (jutta.hinrichs@ualberta.ca) for review, as there may be duplicates or some projects beyond the scope of the students' timeframes and resources.  Selected projects will be forwarded to Sharon Brintnell later that afternoon.  Last year there were more projects than student groups, so unfortunately some projects were not chosen.
If you have any further questions after reading the attached 2 documents, please do not hesitate to contact me.  I look forward to receiving your one paragraph submissions in a few weeks.

For people outside the Calgary area, please contact Sharon Brintnell at U of A (sharon.brintnell@ualberta.ca) for information.
Kind regards,

Tuesday, 4 December 2012

Renfrew OT position

There is currently a position for an occupational therapist at Renfrew Educational Services.  Please see their website here:  http://www.renfreweducation.org/careers/Careers_Occupational_Therapist.aspx

Monday, 3 December 2012

0.5 FTE OT Position with Black Gold Regional Schools

Black Gold Regional Schools is looking for a 0.5 FTE OT to start after the Christmas break!



Come work with me!  Please feel free to email me if you have any questions about this position at ab.ot.pedintgroup@gmail.com or n.ebbesen.rowan@blackgold.ca.

Nicole Ebbesen Rowan

Looking for OT in Calgary NW

I am looking for a good OT that lives in NW area of Calgary. My son is almost 6. He was diagnosed with ADHD and Sensory processing disorder. My contact email is: mei.butler@gmail.com and my home phone 403-475-7815.



Friday, 30 November 2012

Deep Touch Pressure Techniques Survey

The Spiral Foundation is pleased to be conducting a survey on practitioner's use of deep touch pressure techniques and modalities.  

Currently there is a lack of information on the best clinical practices in the use of deep touch pressure in clinical settings. With your help we hope to document who uses deep touch pressure  techniques and modalities, with whom, under what circumstance and current clinical best practice in their use.
We hope you will please take a few minutes and share your expertise with us by completing our survey. The survey will take approximately 15 minutes to complete and we greatly value your input. We appreciate a response within the next two weeks.
Also, please forward this email to your colleagues .  

We hope that you will help us out!  Please click the following link to go to the survey:

Teresa May-Benson, ScD, OTR/L, FAOTA
Director of Research and Education
Spiral Foundation

Asperger's Society in Edmonton?

I met a woman whose grandson was diagnoses recently with Asperger's. They are looking for some resources. As I wasn't familiar with what is available in Alberta I thought I would contact you. They are investigating a private school as public is not going too well. He has a psychiatrist who is medicating for anxiety. It sounds like the mother needs to make some contact with other parents as her husband is not supportive. According to the woman he is also on the spectrum but in denial. They also have some OT support through the school.

Is there a regional Asperger's Society or equivalent in Edmonton? Do you know of any other organizations that might be helpful.

Please comment on the blog if you have any information.

Wednesday, 28 November 2012

Optometrist in Edmonton


I was referred to your blog by an OT here in Edmonton.  I am an optometrist with a private practice that specializes in Families.  My education at Pacific University College of Optometry gave me a great appreciation for Occupational Therapy and its role in the lives of families.  I wanted the OTs here in Edmonton to know I am accepting new patients and enjoy children in particular.  Please feel free to post my information and clinic in any of your emails or publications.  I am available by phone or in person for any questions.  My doors are always open if you want to stop by and see the office.

Many thanks,
Dr. Kelsey Ford
Lendrum Eyecare
5822-111th St
Edmonton, AB
T6H 3G1

Tools for Kids Open House December 9th

Hello Everyone,
We are setting up shop for an afternoon in December for anyone who would like to see & feel the products.
Please pass this information onto families & schools who might be interested in saving some shipping costs!  Please click here for the flyer!
Tools For Kids “Open House”
Sunday December 9th, 12-4 pm
McQueen Hall, Edmonton
10825-McQueen Road (~146 street)
(near TELUS World of Science)

Full Time OT Position - Spruce Grove


This is a full time school age OT position based out of Broxton Park School in Spruce Grove, AB providing consultative service throughout the Parkland School Division. Posting closes December 14, 2012.

Friday, 23 November 2012

Calgary Peds Interest Group Meeting

Next meeting: Monday Nov 26

Location: PACE Kids @ #112 5211 MacLeod Trail S
Time: 7:30pm
Topic:  Dr. Meghan Haggarty from the Nardella Clinic will be joining us to share information on the topic of hyberbaric oxygen.  The Nardella Clinic addresses Naturopathic and Functional Medicine.  Dr. Haggarty focuses her practice on complex chronic disease. She has a keen interest in women's health, autism and hyberbaric oxygen therapy.

Wednesday, 21 November 2012

Dyslexic fonts

Hi all,

I came across this CBC podcast (15 min) discussing a free (!!!) font designed to make it easier for people with dyslexia to read - some interesting points are raised (re: phonemic decoding & reading text etc.), and if you have a few min I'd recommend checking it out! 

Here is the website for the font discussed: http://dyslexicfonts.com/ 

And a couple articles on it: 

Monday, 19 November 2012

PT needed in Cochrane

Family in Cochrane is seeking private practice Physiotherapist to complete hours on Specialized Services FSCD contract (ending on May 23, 2013) with their 5 year old son, who has high functioning autism. Family is flexible with respect to scheduling and highly motivated. They would like the therapist to come to their home. The ISP, including PT goals, has already been set up.
If interested please contact Elizabeth Cairns, Coordinator, at life-balancecounselling@shaw.ca 

Wednesday, 14 November 2012

Society for Treatment of Autism 1.0FTE posting

Posting can also be found on STA website here.

Description: To provide services to children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Please note that this is a 1 year term-certain position, commencing in mid-January 2013. As a member of a trans-disciplinary team, you will provide assessment, intervention, and consultation services to children, families and therapy staff. Travel within the city of Calgary can be expected. Intensive training will be provided regarding the nature and philosophy of therapy within the agency. We offer flexible hours, a competitive benefits package, and a variety of professional development opportunities. Applicants with previous experience working with children with ASD are preferred.

Send Resume to:
Dana Bryer, Manager of Professional Services
Society for Treatment of Autism 
404 - 94 Ave SE, Calgary, AB T2J 0E8
TEL:  258-5504  FAX: 253-6974   

Monday, 12 November 2012

Literature for Weighted Vests?

Hello everyone

I have a student using a weighted vest at school. I'm supporting him regarding sensory at home. The therapist at school has a lot of experience and I can't find any concerns noted in literature. Other than ensuring he's not moving while wearing it thus stressing he's cardiovascular system are there any other considerations? 
Really appreciate your input. I also appreciate all the information shared through the interest group. 

Thanks Jillian

2 OT private contracsts in or around Calgary

OT needed for Developmental Support contract with FSCD to work with a 5 year old boy with high functioning autism.  SLP will be the co-ordinator for the contract.  Programming will be a couple times a week after 4 and on Saturdays, so there are a few times available for booking.  The family lives in Coach Hill right behind COP.  If you are interested, please email Penni at penni.johnston@canaccord.com .

We are looking for an OT and Speech therapist to join our team for  a newly awarded FSCD Specialized services contract for a 6 year old non verbal delightful little boy who lives just south of  Okotoks. He has developmental delay, is a wobbly walker, needs input for toilet training, dressing , and fine motor . Interested therapists can email or call me as I am coordinating the contract.
Helen Enns , physiotherapist  @ 403 613 8358 , or Helenenns@gmail.com .

Friday, 9 November 2012

Part time Contract Physical Therapist Needed

- Do you love working with children and have experience in pediatrics?
- Do you enjoy working with a team in a school environment in the community?
- If so, we need you!

Sturgeon School Division is currently seeking a part-time private practice  Physical therapist (one day a week on average) to provide consultation services for students with physical disabilities in all Division schools. The need for consultation may be higher earlier in the school year, and less so later in the year as needs are addressed.

The private practice Physical Therapist we are searching for will have a background in pediatrics. A Bachelors Degree in Physical Therapy and current registration in ACPT is required. Therapists must have own transportation as travel is required to division schools and Central office. Mileage will be paid from the Division border to the schools within the Division
The Sturgeon School Division’s Central Office is in Morinville, which is approximately 15 minutes drive north of Edmonton. This school division covers a small geographical region immediately north of the Edmonton/ St. Albert  area.

If you are interested, please call or forward your resume to

Anita Ferri at (780) 934-7937  aferri@sturgeon.ab.ca

Thursday, 8 November 2012

Private Contract Work with SGI

SGI "Saskatchewn Government Insurance" is looking for an OT to support their clients in the Calgary and Southern Alberta Area. This is ongoing contract work.

For more information, please contact Sherie Worthinton at 403-274-0743.

Calgary Adult looking for SPD Help


I have been re-reading Sharon Heller's book and feeling fairly confident that this is applicable I wonder if you would work with a middle-aged man on these issues.

I found your website through links provided on her webpage to spdnetwork.org.

Could you please suggest someone in Calgary who might do so?

All best wishes,

Gordon Rumson


Saturday, 3 November 2012

Edmonton OT Private Practice List

Thanks to all OTs who have submitted their names and information to be included on this list of Edmonton/North Alberta private practicing OTs.  Please find the list here as well as on the Private Practitioner Information Page of this website.

If you would like to have your information added to the list, please email ab.ot.pedintgroup@gmail.com

Super Chewer

Hi everyone,

I know a little 4 year old gal who is seeking high intensity oral sensory stimulation to the point of going through a chewy tube every other day!!  The family is working on implementing a sensory diet at home and in her PUF program, and using other typical strategies.  They have offered her gum and she declines (thus far).  Suggestions?

Nicole Ebbesen Rowan

Meet and Greet for the Calgry OT Pilot Program November 26

Hi Everyone,

Please share the attached poster with all OTs in your areas/networks.
The Calgary OT Pilot Program is pleased to host a "Meet and Greet" session on Monday, November 26th from 4:30 - 6:00 pm at SAIT, Mayland Heights Campus, "Buck" Crump Building, 1920 Centre Avenue NE.  Please see the attached notice for details and post in your areas.  There is an RSVP requested, just so we can plan for some light refreshments.

Thank you.
Kind regards,

Community of Practice Upcoming Meeting November 8th

Our next CoP meeting is Thursday November 8 at 4:30pm.  

We are happy to welcome Gwen Roberts (OT) and Stacey Babcock (PT) from Regional School Health, to discuss the school based therapy services in Calgary.  We'll follow up with discussion around what this looks like for children with DCD.

I've attached a poster for the event, so feel free to print it off, and invite other allied health or educational professionals who work with children or adolescents.  Telehealth sites and room numbers are on the poster.  Of note: The RRDTC and Lacombe Hospital & Care Centre sites are available this month (November 8), but will not be available for the December 13 meeting, due to other bookings.

For the remainder of 2012, we have been asked that CoP members please pre-register for Telehealth sites.  I've attached the directions to assist you to pre-register for your site.  If you are not an AHS employee, please contact me and let me know which site you would like to be pre-registered for.

Have a wonderful week, we hope to see you next Thursday!


Tammy and Brenda

SLP Position Posting - Parkland School Division

Please share with your SLP colleagues:

SLP position with Parkland School Division.


Sleep Haven - Sleep Consultation by Private OT

Margot Byer has recently expanded her private practice to include sleep consultation – “helping tired families sleep”.  She invites you to visit her new website at www.sleephaven.ca for all the details.

Position Paper on Sensory Interventions and

"In the summer, the American Academy of Pediatrics published their position paper on the use of sensory interventions, specifically SI treatment, with children. They recommend cautious in using these unproven approaches and transparency in informing parents of the evidence. This document sparked much debate within the OT community around the world. Sylvia Rodgers and colleagues have just published an editorial which speaks to the need for OT as a profession to define and name our interventions carefully."

With thanks,

Brenda N. Wilson, MS, OT(C)
Professional Practice Leader
Occupational Therapy, Alberta Health Services
Alberta Children's Hospital
2888 Shaganappi Trail NW
Calgary, AB, T3B 6A8
Fax (403)955-7066

Teleroo Video Review

Interesting video ... The Owner of the Agency is a SLP


Vision Information from Dr. Boulet

Hello Everyone.
  1. Find here the program outline from the Monday October 29, 2012 Calgary group meeting, including links to resources.
  2. Find the Activity Package (and many more) through the http://learningmanagement.ca site if you are registered. Registration is FREE!
Warmest regards, 

Dr. Boulet

PS - Please visit http://MountainPostcards.com and sign up for the free postcard emails. These are hi-resolutions images for desktops or print. Share the emails with your friends, family, and colleagues! This is a fun and visually gratifying way to spread the word about the importance of child vision exams. 

PPS - If you haven't already done so, also sign up for the OT VT Intro course. There is no charge for this. Find it here:

http://learningmanagement.ca/ot-vt-intro-course-sign-up/  - let me know if you have trouble with this.

Dr. Charles BouletBEd, BSc, OD 
Family Optometry / Learning Consulting 

www.DVVC.ca -  Clinic

Box 1289
Black Diamond, AB  T0L 0H0

Tuesday, 30 October 2012

Aide needed in High River

Dedicated family in need of an afterschool / weekend aide for 7 year old boy with Autism and Global Developmental Delay for Specialized Services Funding.  Family lives outside of High River (in between Okotoks and High River) and are flexible with days of the week / weekend hours.  Please contac tmelissa@melissaplante.com if you know some one who may be interested and I can forward the information to the family.  Thank you!

Thursday, 25 October 2012

New Dance Program for Children with Special Needs

Marianne Disipio from Absolute Dance studio in Calgary developed the awesome new class called Moving Forward. It is a ballet-based class for children with mild to moderate coordination challenges and/or learning differences, and is suitable for children with special needs. Please see the information sheet and share with any OTs and clients you think might be interested, including parents of the DCD support group.

Please feel free to call or email with any questions or concerns you may have 403-210-0188.

Meaghan Schulz,
Co-Owner, Absolute Dance Inc.

Children's Autism Services of Edmonton Annual Conference

Children's Autism Services of Edmonton Annual Conference - January 31st - February 2nd

Guest speaker Marsha Dunn Klein who specializes in feeding may be of particular interest to OTs. She will be presenting: The Get Permission Trust Approach to Mealtimes and Sensory Treatment: Autism Issues.

Please join us for our 6th Annual Conference at the Edmonton Marriott River Cree January 31st - February 2nd, 2013 featuring Arthur Fleischmann, Veronica Smith, Marsha Dunn Klein, Fern Sussman, Renee Attaway, and Brenda Fossett.

Register online at  www.childrensautism.ca

Save the Date for Sheila Frick

Sheila Frick is coming to Calgary May 3-4, 2013 to present: Building Blocks for Sensory Integration course.  This two-day experiential workshop provides therapists with an in-depth understanding of the developmental and neurophysiological links between sensory integration and the basic primary movement patterns that provide the foundation (or building blocks) for sensory modulation and integration.

Calgary Group Meeting October 29th

Just a reminder that our next meeting:

When:  Monday Oct. 29 at 7:30

Who:  Dr. Charles Boulet, Developmental Optometrist is coming to continue his discussion on vision therapy

Where:  GRIT @ #4, 6020 - 1A street S.W.
                Near Chinook

Please try to RSVP Carol (kids4ot@gmail.com) by Thursday so I can give Charles approximate numbers for handouts.


Calgary and South Private Practice List

The Calgary OT private practitioner list was recently updated and can be found here and on the Private Practitioner Information page on the blog/website.

Edmonton and North private practice OTs: If you are a private practitioner and would like to have your information included on the Edmonton and North list, please email ab.ot.pedintgroup@gmail.com.

Wednesday, 17 October 2012

Children\s Autism Services of Edmonton Conference

Please join us for our 6th Annual Conference at the Edmonton Marriott River Cree January 31st - February 2nd, 2013. See Arthur Fleischmann, Veronica Smith, Marsha Dunn Klein, Fern Sussman, Renee Attaway, and Brenda Fossett.

Guest speaker Marsha Dunn Klein who specializes in feeding may be of particular interest to OTs. She will be presenting: The Get Permission Trust Approach to Mealtimes and Sensory Treatment: Autism Issues.

Register online at  <http://www.childrensautism.ca/www.childrensautism.ca


Building Blocks for Sensory Integration May 3-4, 2013

Mark the Date:

Sheila Frick is coming to Calgary May 3-4, 2013 to present: Building Blocks for Sensory Integration course.  This two-day experiential workshop provides therapists with an in-depth understanding of the developmental and neurophysiological links between sensory integration and the basic primary movement patterns that provide the foundation (or building blocks) for sensory modulation and integration. 

Stay tuned for more details!

ESHIP Regular Part-Time Position

ESHIP OT 0.74 Regular Part-Time (4 days one week, 5 days the next for 10 months, off in the summer)
The posting opened today and closes next week. 

Monday, 1 October 2012

Reflex Integration Training in Calgary: Nov 9-11, 2012


I am writing to you from Washington State, US because I will be in Alberta teaching a course that is ideal for OTs and PTs.

The course announcement is below and we would appreciate if you would let your members at the Alberta OT Pediatric Interest Group know about this opportunity.
If three or more of your members would like to attend, we can offer each of you a 10% discount on the already low tuition if you can register by October 12th.

I welcome any questions you have and would you be interested to read some of our inspiring case studies?

Thank you for any help you can give to forward this announcement.


Sonia Story



Movement for Optimal Brain Function

Reflex Integration Training available in Calgary, November 9-11, 2012


You are invited to an excellent training course for helping children and adults develop their learning, language, sensory processing, stamina, emotional calm and social happiness.

The Rhythmic Movement Training (RMT) course was developed by author and psychiatrist, Harald Blomberg, MD and kinesiologist, Moira Dempsey and is available in Calgary, November 9-11, 2012, taught by certified RMT instructor, Sonia Story.

We are seeing tremendous results for children and adults, especially those who have challenges with:

  • sensory processing disorders autism
  • Aspergers
  • visual processing
  • ADHD
  • anxiety, depression
  • underfunctioning, low self-esteem
  • FASD
  • poor stamina
  • Parkinson's
  • TBI
  • emotional outbursts
  • speech delay
  • learning challenges
Read what OTs and PTs are saying about Rhythmic Movement Training:
"RMT provides such usable information. The results are so quick and powerful. In 45 years of doing Physical Therapy, these are the most valuable tools I've ever learned."-Maxine Hoffman, PT Dayton, Ohio

"RMT provides the "missing piece" in my practice of school based OT"-Becky Beals, OT Ionia, Michigan

"Great information and the key to work with clients and help them." Michelle Mintz, OT W. Bloomfield, Michigan

Here is a short video about the benefits of RMT.

1. From a Special Ed teacher (1 minute, 10 sec)


(Video clip shared with permission of author Susan Phariss, at Brain Fitness Strategieshttp://

For more information about the Calgary, Rhythmic Movement Training this November, go to:


To see course brochure and mail in registration form, go to:


Or register on-line at:


To see related research ago to


To see case studies click here:



RMT was developed over 25 years ago in Sweden by psychiatrist Harald Blomberg, MD who initially learned about movement to help with his own motor coordination difficulties resulting from childhood polio. Dr. Blomberg was astounded to find that the rhythmic movements helped his psychiatric patients recover from psychosis and schizophrenia without drugs. Dr. Blomberg and Moira Dempsey's book, Movements That Heal, is available from Amazon.com

Thank you for your interest in this program if you have questions contact Tracy Cukulin,
tracyc@shaw.ca, 403-286-1460.

Please forward this announcement to your colleagues.

With appreciation,

Sonia Story


Chimacum, Washington, USA
YouTube - Videos from this email

Videofluoroscopic Feeding Study Memo

Greetings, Calgary and Southern Alberta Therapists

As you are aware, there have been changes to feeding services at ACH.  One of the recent ones is a change to the Referral Fax Number for Videofluoroscopic Feeding Study (VFFS) when there is a risk of aspiration
during feeding.

Please distribute this attached memo widely to your OT, SLP and RD colleagues, as well as to your Therapy Coordinators and Management Team.

With thanks,
Brenda Wilson

OT or PT Instructor - Grant MacEwan

MacEwan University is looking for an OT or PT to instruct a course that is primarily a pediatrics course.  Information about the position is available at:

Here is further information about the course:

Course Description: This course focuses on human growth and development throughout the life span with emphasis on rehabilitation perspectives and treatment in pediatrics. 
Course Overview:
1.      Fetal development
2.      Motor development/change in infancy, toddlerhood, early childhood, middle childhood, late childhood, adolescence, and young, middle and older adulthood
3.      Cognitive, social and emotional development from birth to adulthood
4.      Fine motor skill development and rehabilitation interventions
5.      Gross motor skill development and rehabilitation interventions
6.      Oral motor skill development and rehabilitation interventions
7.      Sensory processing and rehabilitation interventions
8.      Muscle tone and positioning
9.      Psychosocial skill development and rehabilitation interventions
10.  Loss of abilities with aging and rehabilitation interventions

Brenda Heffernan
Therapist Assistant Program
Faculty of Health & Community Studies

MacEwan University
Rm 9-411 Robbins Health Learning Centre
10700 - 104 Avenue
Edmonton, AB  T5J 4S2
P. 780.497.5182