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Jennifer Loffree, BKin, MOT

Professional chef, turned occupational therapist, Jennifer has experience working in long term care, acute medical, community and facility-based rehab settings. Since joining OT Works! in 2016, she has been working with individuals with musculoskeletal/orthopaedic injuries, chronic pain, mental health (anxiety, depression) and brain injury diagnoses. She has extensive experience working with individuals with concussion both in the public and private sector.

Jennifer became an OT because her live experience—she was inspired by the journey of her sister who is a wheelchair user. It was through helping her sister that she discovered her passion for helping other’s function and made a career change to occupational therapy. Jennifer is a happy mom and loves sharing toddler stories with her circle of “mommy friends.” Having travelled to many different place, there is one thing that Jennifer vows she will never ever do again: sky diving!

"I value authenticity. I laugh, I cry, my car is usually messy. I’m very real and I believe that’s what helps me to make a genuine connection with my clients."

Ergonomic Assessments

Case Management

Job Demands Analysis (physical and cognitive)

Exposure Therapy

Return to Work Planning

Life skills for depression and anxiety


Clients: Adult


  • Master of Occupational Therapy – University of British Columbia
  • Bachelor of Human Kinetics – University of British Columbia
  • Registrant - College of Occupational Therapists of British Columbia (COTBC)
  • Member - Canadian Association of Occupational Therapy (CAOT)
  • AMPS certified provider
  • Standard First Aid and CPR/AED Level C Certification
  • Honorary Clinical Instructor, UBC Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy

Practice Areas

  • Ergonomic Assessments
  • Job Demands Analysis (physical and cognitive)
  • Return to Work Planning
  • Worksite Accommodations
  • Injury Prevention
  • Home Safety/Falls Prevention Assessment

  • Home Care
  • Activation
  • Wheelchair/Seating
  • Hospital Discharge Planning
  • Assessment of Motor and Process Skills (AMPS)
  • Case Management
  • Exposure Therapy

  • Life skills for depression and anxiety
  • Transit assessments and training
  • Driving desensitization
  • Return to sport and leisure
  • Clients: Adult
  • Clients: Older Adult

Active. Goal-driven. Individualized.

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