Megan DeLeon, BKin, MOT
Megan truly believes that movement is medicine. Megan joined OT Works following her experiences in the Head Injury Assessment and Treatment Services Program, rehabilitating primarily mild traumatic brain injuries (mTBI) or concussion, engaging in reactivation and coordinating return to work. Megan is passionate about the overlap of mental and physical health and strives to provide the best possible care for individuals to achieve their greatest potential through activities that are most meaningful to them. Megan believes it is a privilege to meet people where they are at and work alongside them as they regain function.
Megan was drawn to OT to further explore where science and creativity collide. She believes the opportunity to work 1:1 with people from all walks of life and to continually learn from one another is irresistible. Megan loves to try new things, visit new places and meet new people.
"My personal philosophy is that if it doesn’t work one way, try another. Then another. Then another. We only give up when it’s no longer important to us. "
- Master of Occupational Therapy – University of British Columbia
- Bachelor of Kinesiology – University of British Columbia
- Registrant - College of Occupational Therapists of British Columbia (COTBC)
- Member - Canadian Association of Occupational Therapy (CAOT)
- Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE) certified provider
- Cognitive Abilities Evaluation (CAE) certified provider
- Ergonomic Assessments
- Job Demands Analysis (physical and cognitive)
- Return to Work Planning
- Worksite Accommodations
- Injury Prevention
- Home Care
- Home Safety/Falls Prevention Assessment
- Hospital Discharge Planning
- Case Management
- Life skills for depression and anxiety
- Driving desensitization
- Clients: Adult
- Clients: Older Adult