Kim Hanson (she/her), Registered Occupational Therapist
Kim graduated from the University of Alberta in 2001 with a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy and has had a diversified career path since that time that includes both adult and pediatric populations.
Kim has specialized in PTSD, Mental Health, Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC), Disability and Accommodations, Life balance, Neurodiversity, as well as Physical and Cognitive Impairments.
Kim works with the individual to build a balanced, meaningful life no matter the barrier or obstacle, accounting for all the environmental, sensory, cognitive/mental, spiritual, cultural and individual influences to create the ideal client-centred therapy journey.
Areas of interest include Long Covid (PCS), Chronic conditions and their impacts on whole-life functioning, Transgender/LGBTQ2S+, Neurodiversity, Diversity and Inclusion, Bullying, Complex/Rare and Chronic Health Conditions, and PTSD.