Jasmin Joan Cameron has a Master’s of Science in Rehabilitation Science with a focus on wellness and disability from Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario. She has a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy from the University of Toronto. She has postgraduate certification in neurodevelopmental treatment and has developed expertise in the assessment and treatment of persons with neurological conditions since 1982.
The following experience informs Jasmin’s current practice:
- Staff Occupational Therapist at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto (a world class teaching hospital)
- Educator Hospital for Sick Children/University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine, School of Rehabilitation Medicine
- Volunteer work with marginalized populations in 5 countries
- Researcher in chronic neurological conditions, Queen’s University HELPSINC, LINC Study, MS Research Institute
- Adjunct Instructor, Occupational Therapy Program, Queen’s University Faculty of Health Sciences, School of Rehabilitation Therapy
- Co-founder Camp Awakening: summer camps and leadership programs for youth with disabilities
Jasmin works collaboratively with clients of all ages who experience physical and/or mental health challenges. Her approach focuses on client-centered community engagement and chronic condition self-management. Of particular interest is the use of aquatics therapy in the management of chronic disability. Relevant publications include Learning Client-Centred Practice and Collaborating for Inclusion.
Jasmin is a registered member in good standing with the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists (CAOT), the College of Occupational Therapists of Ontario (COTO), and the Canadian Aquatics Leadership Alliance (CALA).
CertificationsM.Sc., B.Sc., O.T. Reg. (Ont).
Master's of Science in Rehabilitation ScienceFaculty of Health and Science, Queen's University (2013)
Bachelor of Science, Occupational TherapyDepartment of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Toronto (1983)