Honours of Bachelor of Physical Education, Brock University
Diploma of Occupational Therapy Assistant and Physiotherapy Assistant, Niagara College
She is keen on drinking her homemade matcha latte every night.
She also loves being in the kitchen to whip up something creative and delicious!
Felicia enjoys doing mission trips with a local church to Guatemala annually. She is an avid athlete who stays active by engaging in strength training, playing soccer and ultimate frisbee.
Felicia has many years of experience working with a variety of populations within the health care system. She completed her Honours B.A. in Physical Education at Brock University and graduated in the year of 2017. This was followed by receiving a Diploma in OTA and PTA at Niagara College, graduating in the year of 2021. Felicia’s main involvement has been working with children experiencing complex neurodevelopmental impairments. Most of this involvement was through Autism Ontario, Brock’s summer Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Camps and Brock University’s special needs program entitled Supporting Neurodiversity though Adaptive Programming (SNAP).
In the most recent years, Felicia’s exposure to varying traumatic injuries have increased by engaging with one of Niagara’s main rehabilitation hospitals, Hotel Dieu Shaver; where she volunteered alongside Occupational Therapists and Physiotherapists specializing in a specific therapeutic framework to help patients with their healing and recovery.
Since joining the LV Physiotherapy team, Felicia has become keen on learning about the different therapeutic approaches for those with orthopedic and neurological injuries. She also continues to further her knowledge and professional development through employment as a Rehab Assistant at Functionability Rehab Services, catering to the MVA population as well as Niagara College as the OTA catering to children with fine motor skill impairments. Felicia continues to gain insight regarding her clients by providing compassionate care and supporting their needs in their home and in the community.