Find an Occupational Therapist in the Province of Prince Edward Island

Occupational therapists work in a variety of settings across all three counties in PEI. Some of these settings include:

  • Acute care hospitals
  • Rehabilitation programs
  • Home care programs
  • Long term care facilities
  • Community mental health
  • Private practice
  • Administration
  • Schools and/or early childcare centres
  • Workplaces
  • Workers Compensation Board

Referrals

Clients and their caregivers can self-refer to an Occupational Therapist in Prince Edward Island.

Current List of Private Practice Occupational Therapists Registered in PEI

Name City / Town Phone Number Areas of Practice
Alice Anand Toner Summerside (902) 786-6156 -not specified-
Marie Brine Cornwall (902) 393-5151 Cognitive Rehab, Mental Health, Pain Management, School Age Services
Karla M. Crawford Little York (902) 626-7591 Comprehensive Driving Evaluation
Ruth Duggan Chester (902) 488-1818 Medical-legal, vocational consulting
Rae E. Fitzpatrick york (902) 339-2016 Paediatrics - Autism Spectrum Disorder, Learning Disabilities, ADHD, Developmental Delay, Physical Disabilities.
Marjorie Hackett Stratford (902) 569-4708 Mental Health, Home Care, Geriatrics, seating
Mark Holland Stratford (902) 628-1544 Office Ergonomics
Devin J. Hornby Cornwall (902) 394-3623 Home assessment
Michael E. LeBlanc Stratford (902) 218-1301 -not specified-
Donna F. MacLeod Stratford (902) 394-3757 Mental Health/PTSD Home Assessments Chronic Pain Brain Injury & Concussion
Grant MacLeod Charlottetown (902) 629-0235 1. Wheelchairs Seating and Mobility. 2. Home Accessibility.
Jane P. MacNutt Stratford (902) 314-5190 Case management, worksite/ergonomic assessments, home assessments
Jennifer J. Neill Grand tracadie (902) 314-3069 Paediatrics
Amanda K. Paynter Kensington (902) 886-2529 Ergonomic Assessments
Rogan J. Power Wellington (506) 478-2231 Home care
Lloyd A. Richard Hammonds Plains (902) 223-3561 Medicolegal Assessment

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Canadian Occupational Therapy Foundation

Canadian Occupational Therapy Foundation supports research and scholarship in the field of occupational therapy. It is focused on generating, receiving and maintaining funds and developing mechanisms for granting awards to individuals and organizations for research and scholarships. Learn more

Canadian Occupational Therapy Foundation - COTF

How do I become an Occupational Therapist?

To work as an occupational therapist on Prince Edward Island, you must complete a university degree, pass a certification exam and be registered with the PEI College of Occupational Therapists.

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