Occupational Therapists

Anjelee Khosla, Pediatric Occupational Therapist

Anjelee, MSc OT graduated from the University of Alberta Occupational Therapy program in the fall of 2010.
 
Prior to pursuing a career as an Occupational Therapist, she relocated to Melbourne, Australia where she volunteered alongside a pediatric multi-disciplinary team of teachers, speech pathologists, physiotherapists and occupational therapists at an Early Intervention Program from Infants and Children.
 
Anjelee also was a research assistant involved with the Victorian Infant Brain Studies (VIBeS) at Royal Children's Hospital along a pediatric occupational therapist evaluating preventative care intervention program for preterm infants. These positions solidified Anjelee's passion of working with children and led to her completion of the Occupational Therapy (OT) program.
 
With a passion for providing quality, professional and individualized OT services Anjelee has spent the past 7 years working within the government funded and the private sector, specializing in working with children ages 1-16 with Autism, Cerebral Palsy and related disorders as well as a variety of mild to medium disabilities, challenges and developmental delays. She is interested in expanding her knowledge and clinical practise with individuals with FASD. She has worked across many settings including; classrooms, homes, kindergartens, preschools and at clinics supporting fine motor, gross motor, behavioural and sensory challenges. Anjelee is currently certified with the Registry of Autism Providers (RASP) as an Occupational Therapist.
 
Anjelee brings an extensive skill set and knowledge base which supports her vision to work holistically with families in need. Her goal is to provide a comprehensive individualized OT plan with a client-centred approach that suits each family by taking into consideration their cultural, environmental and personal needs. She strongly believes that open communication and collaboration with all those involved in the care of the child is imperative for goal attainment.
 
Anjelee frequently attends professional conferences, has provided private consultations to schools, has run professional development events for teachers and other professionals as well as mentored Occupational Therapy students.
 
Anjelee moved back to her hometown of Vancouver and joined the Asante Centre in October 2016.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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