MHA, BMR-PT, B. KIN.
Partner, Physiotherapy Lead and Physiotherapist
Carrie graduated from the University of Manitoba in 2013 and has spent the majority of her career working with children in schools. She is particularly interested in development from ages 2-6 but enjoys working with children of all ages and even young adults. Carrie likes to work with families and children with very complex needs and problem solving is one of her favorite parts of physiotherapy. She is married to a teacher, has 2 rescue dogs and enjoys camping and staying active!
CAMILLA THORNE-TJOMSLAND, OT REG. (MB
Partner, Occupational Therapy Lead and Occupational Therapist
Camilla grew up in Winnipeg, Manitoba. She attended McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, where she completed a Kinesiology degree while playing on the varsity volleyball team. She then returned to Winnipeg to complete her Masters in Occupational Therapy at the University of Manitoba. Since then, she has worked in different school divisions, both in Winnipeg and rurally. Along with her husband Nico, Camilla welcomed a baby boy in May of 2019! The whole family enjoys spending time cooking, eating, and spending time outside!
Partner, Speech-Language PAthology Lead and Speech Language Pathologist
Deanna grew up in Lockport, Manitoba, where she currently lives with her husband, Ray, and dog, Bailey. Deanna graduated from Minot State University in 2014 with a Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders. In 2016, she graduated from Alabama A & M University with a Masters of Science in Communicative Sciences and Disorders. She has worked in isolated and rural communities around Manitoba and currently works in schools in Winnipeg. Deanna and her family enjoy being outside, playing and watching all types of sports, and a good movie!
OT REG (MB)
Partner , Occupational Therapist and Mental Health Services Lead
Sarah lives in rural Manitoba with her family and is passionate about making quality therapy services accessible to all Manitobans, regardless of where they live.
Sarah has worked as an Occupational Therapist in the public healthcare and school systems with children birth-21 and their families for over five years. She has a special clinical interest in mental health - especially in neurodivergent populations - and strives to practice from a neurodiversity affirming lens in all aspects of her work.