Higher Level Occupational Therapy Ltd. strives to provide client-centered, evidence-based occupational therapy services within our client’s community. Our licensed therapists are passionate about working with individuals and groups with functional impairments and helping them progress within their recovery to ultimately improve their participation and quality of life. The OT services we provide our clients are holistic in nature. We aim to address and improve the client’s physical, cognitive, psycho-social and spiritual functioning as well as the unique elements of the activities the client wishes to improve and the client’s environmental surroundings. The majority of our work takes place in the client’s community as we facilitate therapy in their homes, places of study and/or place of work.
Jeffrey currently serves as the Director of HLOT and has 9 years of clinical experience working as a registered Occupational Therapist. He is passionate about raising the profile of Occupational Therapy (OT) in Canada. He has provided OT services in both Alberta and Ontario in the public and private healthcare system. His clinical interests are treatment of Depression, Anxiety, PTSD and TBI through community-based OT. Jeffrey aims to continue his advocacy for individuals experiencing disability. He also strives to raise awareness for Canadian Veterans and individuals who have sustained workplace injuries.
Sung Ho Yun is a registered Occupational Therapist since 2005. Sung studied Occupational Therapy during his undergraduate and went on to pursue Rehabilitation Science in his graduate studies. His experiences include acute care, intensive rehabilitation, continuing care, and home care. Sung deeply values learning and improving his skills and knowledge within the field of occupational therapy. Sung plans to continue with his effort in studying various areas of occupational therapy so he could provide the best possible services for clients. In his spare time, Sung stays busy with work, his family, and giving back to the community. He currently serves as a board member for Alberta Hospice and Palliative Care Association. Sung is also fluent in Korean.
Anusha has 7 years of clinical experience working as an Occupational Therapist and has worked in a variety of settings such as acute care hospitals, outpatient clinics, mental health facilities, pediatric clinics, and continuing care centers for older adults. She has experience working with a multitude of diagnoses and has a primary interest in those related to neuro-rehabilitation especially adults with stroke. She strongly believes Occupational Therapy perfectly harmonizes kindness, creativity, and science. Anusha speaks all four South-Indian languages including Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, and Kannada besides Hindi and English.
Dianna is the Administrative Assistant at HLOT. She holds two Bachelor’s Degrees from the University of Calgary where she majored in International Relations and Anthropology. She works closely with the HLOT Director, OT clinicians and clients. She provides support for client scheduling, addresses client questions, facilitates clinical research, and manages the HLOT website and social media accounts.
Kim has 20 years of experience in Occupational Therapy, she brings a variety of experiences and expertise from multiple settings across Canada. She has worked in the areas of mental health, acute care (various units in a hospital), Traumatic Brain Injury, neurological conditions, chronic pain, splinting, feeding and swallowing, developmental disabilities, and pediatrics. Kim is experienced in American Sign Language. Kim is passionate about bringing meaningful improvement to each person’s daily life with special interest in mental health, trauma, and chronic conditions.
Vanessa joined the HLOT team in 2019. She has 8 years of clinical experience working as a Registered Nurse (RN) in Alberta. Vanessa has a wealth of experience providing nursing care to adult clients diagnosed with a variety of neurological conditions, including Traumatic Brain Injury and Stroke. Vanessa speaks English, Tagalog and Ilocano and has worked as an RN in Baguio City, Philippines. She is passionate about working with geriatric populations.
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I’m extremely grateful for the services and support I received from Higher Level Occupational Therapy this past year. I was involved in a workplace accident and had chemical burns to my arms.
After being hospitalized, I found it very challenging to return to work and use certain chemicals that are essential for my job as an Operations Manager. My therapist Jeff helped me get back to my work duties through Exposure Therapy. He listened to my needs and didn’t push me too quick. I appreciate his level of commitment as a therapist.
I also appreciated the fact that there was consistent communication to my WCB case manager on my progress. I highly recommend Higher Level Occupational Therapy!
– Derek C., Operations Manager from Airdrie, AB
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Our office hours are Monday-Friday from 9:00 AM (MT) to 4:00 PM (MT). Our Occupational Therapists (OTs) try their best to accommodate client schedules when booking therapy sessions. Our OTs may be available to provide OT services during evenings and on weekends. We will make every effort to assign you with an OT that can accommodate your schedule.
If you have experienced an injury/illness and a subsequent change in functioning or quality of life, an Occupational Therapy (OT) assessment can help determine if OT intervention is recommended.
An OT assessment can also help determine if assistive devices, home modifications, and/or other therapies are recommended for you. We encourage you to discuss the potential of OT services with your current healthcare professionals, e.g. Psychologist, family physician, etc.
An OT assessment is typically 1.5-3 hours depending on the complexity of the client’s occupational performance issues. Our OTs will provide you with an estimated timeframe for your assessment during the initial phone consultation which takes place prior to your OT assessment. OT treatment sessions are typically 45-75 minutes; however, we try to be as flexible as possible and can offer shorter or longer sessions depending on client preferences and needs.
Most insurance plans cover OT services. With your consent, our administrative staff can connect with your insurance provider to help you determine your individual insurance coverage for OT services.
Yes, we are able to directly bill most insurance providers and other organizations that provide coverage for OT services.
OT services are $150/hr. Clients are also billed for OT clinician travel time. Mileage is billed for clients who receive in-person OT services that are outside city limits. We will provide you with an estimate for assessment and treatment sessions prior to your participation in therapy.
We primarily work with adults (ages 18+). In some circumstances, we are able to offer services for pediatric clients.
Our OT services are typically facilitated within our client’s home environment. We are also able to facilitate virtual OT services, which requires our client to have access to a smartphone, tablet or computer with a camera and high speed internet connection. We are also able to facilitate OT services within a clinic setting if this is the client’s preference.
Your assigned OT will discuss the elements of your individualized OT assessment during your initial phone consultation.
Yes, your family members and/or caregivers can attend and inform your assessment and/or intervention sessions, provided that you (the client) provided informed consent for them to do so.
Our OT clinicians perform hand hygiene prior to and during facilitation of in-person OT services. We also don surgical masks and disposable gloves when appropriate.
We currently facilitate OT services (both in-person and virtual) within Alberta, Canada. We also provide virtual OT services for clients living in Canadian territories.
Our administrative staff will schedule you for your initial OT assessment. Prior to your assessment, your assigned OT clinician will call you to facilitate a phone consultation to learn more about you and your occupational performance issues to ensure a comprehensive, client-centered assessment. Our administrative assistant can be reached at email@example.com.
To make a referral or for any other inquiries, complete the form above or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and we will respond as soon as possible.
Please feel free to mail any corresponding medical/rehabilitation documentation to our mailing address:
#19, 234-5149 Country Hills Blvd. NW, Calgary AB T3A 5K8.
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