The Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy and the Rehabilitation Sciences Institute in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto are pleased to jointly announce the Peter Rappolt Family Scholarships for Research in Occupational Performance and Wellbeing.
Beginning in 2018, the Peter Rappolt Family Scholarship for Research in Occupational Performance and Wellbeing will be awarded to a second year MScOT student in the Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy who is undertaking a MScOT Graduate Research Project to improve the occupational performance and wellbeing of individuals with serious mental illness and developmental or chronic health conditions, and who has achieved the highest overall standing in Year I research
Pearl Gryfe (MScOT '07) has worked tirelessly to improve life for people with neurogenerative conditions through an innovative interdisciplinary program.
Read the profile on the Faculty of Medicine website >>
Michelle Quintyn (‘81) is the President and CEO of Goodwill Industries, Ontario Great Lakes, and one of eight leaders recognized in 2017 as a YMCA woman of excellence in the category of Business and Professionals. These titles only begin to describe Michelle’s many accomplishments, as her passion for building and supporting inclusive communities began long before Michelle became an OT.
Michelle grew up in Southwestern Ontario, near London. While in high school, she worked in a nursing home where she first encountered marginalized populations. Michelle went on to study nursing at Ryerson University and worked in this role for a few years at Wellesley Hospital. As a nurse, Michelle was exposed to
In honour of the 2016 graduating classes from the rehab sector, The Dean of the Faculty of Medicine's, Trevor Young, has written an article in the MedEmail publication. Dean Young speaks highly of the international focus of efforts in Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech Language Pathology, and the Rehabilitation Sciences Institute.
Read the full article in MedEmail, Nov. 9