Courtney Snider, BSc. Kin, MSc. OT

Courtney attended Dalhousie University where she completed her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and her Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy. Courtney loves to get creative when she’s working with clients – using play and activities to help kids learn and finding new ways to help people access their homes and communities. Her areas of specialty are in pediatrics including motor skills, feeding skills, and infant development. She also completes work in ergonomics, general rehabilitation, return to work programming, and universal design/accessibility. When Courtney’s not at work helping clients accomplish their goals, you can find her hiking, kayaking, skiing, reading or cooking.

Qualifications and Memberships

Masters of Science (Occupational Therapy) – Dalhousie University
Bachelor of Science (Kinesiology) – Dalhousie University
Member of the British Columbia College of Occupational Therapists
Sequential Oral Sensory Approach to Feeding Workshop
Eyesight to Insight Workshop


Areas of Practice

Case Management
Community Rehabilitation
Chronic Pain Rehab
Post-Concussion Rehab
Work Hardening and Work Conditioning Programming
Job Sit Visits and Job Demands Analysis
Return to Work Coordination
Ergonomic Evaluations
Universal Home Design

Pediatric Therapy:
Registered Autism Service Provider (RASP) for children under 6
Visual perception and ocular motor skill assessment and program development
Feeding and picky eating
Fine and gross motor skills
Inclusive school programming and classroom adaptations
Infant development/milestone achievement
Infant head shape development (addressing flat spots on the skull)