Kimberly Long, MSc. OT

Kim completed her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy at the University of Alberta. Her background is varied and includes working with people who have developmental disabilities, mental health, neurological rehab and vocational rehab, seniors, and children. She’s also one of our court experienced OTs, certified to complete med-legal Functional Capacity Evaluations, Cost of Future Care assessments and document reviews/response reports. She loves helping people participate in activities that add meaning to their lives.

Some of Kim’s favorite adventures include camping & hikes with her husband and their young daughter.

Qualifications and Memberships

Master of Science in Occupational Therapy – University of Alberta
Bachelor of Kinesiology – University of the Fraser Valley
Member of the British Columbia College of Occupational Therapists
Matheson Functional Capacity Evaluation Certification Program
Sensory Processing in Everyday Life: Concepts, Evidence and Practical Solutions
Cognitive Orientation to Occupational Performance
Introduction to the Assessment and Management of Eating, Drinking and Swallowing Disorders
Seating and Positioning Assessment and Interventions
Supporting Individuals through Valued Attachments
Nonviolent Crisis Intervention
Registered Autism Service Provider (RASP) for children under 6

Areas of Practice

Case Management
Community Rehabilitation
Chronic Pain Rehab
Functional Capacity Evaluation
Cost of Future Care Assessments
Post-Concussion Rehab
Seating Assessments and Prescription
Spinal Cord Rehabilitation
Stroke Rehabilitation
Brain Injury Rehabilitation
Work Hardening and Work Conditioning Programming
Job Sit Visits and Job Demands Analysis
Return to Work Coordination
Ergonomic Evaluations
Universal Home Design
Residential care contract services

Pediatric Therapy:
Kim is experienced in working with children with Autism, ADHD Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, developmental disabilities, and motor milestone delays. Kim is also on the Registered Autism Service Provider (RASP) list for children under 6.

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Notice Regarding COVID-19: The safety and health of our community remains our top priority and we continue to monitor and follow the latest recommendations of our provincial health officer. We are able to provide effective therapy services via telehealth; when therapy needs require in-person service, we are able to do so safely following provincial health orders. For more details about our COVID Safety Plan please go to "What's New" or for information on how we use telehealth in therapy programs, click on the link below: