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Jory Spring- Occupational Therapist 

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Jory is a Thunder Bay local who completed his Honours Bachelor of Kinesiology at Lakehead University in 2012. He then went on to complete his Master of Science in Occupational Therapy at Queen’s University in 2014.


Since that time, he has worked in both the public and private sector offering a variety of OT services including pediatric OT assessment and treatment, home safety assessments, mobility devices assessment, motor vehicle accident rehabilitation, ergonomic assessments, and assessment of home/vehicle modification needs.


Jory spent time specializing in providing clinical services to children at the George Jeffrey Children’s Centre where he worked and assisted in developing the home and vehicle modification program.


Jory is an authorized Assistive Devices Program (ADP) provider and can assess and prescribe walkers, manual wheelchairs, and power mobility. 

Jory draws experience from his previous work to help serve his active clients in their rehabilitation to promote total independence.


Jory is an active member of the community and enjoys playing golf, hockey, and hiking with his dog Bear.

Welcome Jory!

Angela Jewett - Occupational Therapist 

Ange is a registered Occupational Therapist (OT) with the College of Occupational Therapists of Ontario (COTO) who was born and raised in Atikokan, Ontario. Ange obtained her Masters of Occupational Therapy in 2008 from the University of Manitoba and has been providing OT services to children and families in the district of Thunder Bay for 15 years. 

Ange has a passion for supporting children and their families to participate in everyday activities and values creating meaningful connections to help children attain their goals! 

In Ange's spare time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends while enjoying the vast beauty of the wilderness in Thunder Bay and surrounding communities, believing that time spent amongst the trees is always time well spent. 


Jen Bertoni - Occupational Therapist 

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Born and raised on the traditional lands of the Fort William First Nation, in a city now known as Thunder Bay, Jen is an Indigenous occupational therapist who is dedicated to providing equitable occupational therapy services to people in northwestern Ontario. 


Jen has worked in a variety of clinical environments including acute care, tertiary and community-based settings. She is a clinical consultant and a regional clinical lead for mental health and substance use in the northwest and is an advocate for implementing trauma-informed and culturally safer philosophies as actional steps towards social justice. 

Jen brings a two-eyed seeing approach to her clinical work- by leveraging the strengths of both the western world of academia and health care with her living experience as a Metis woman. 

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