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Who We Are

Physiotherapists are specially trained professionals who have earned a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree and are registered with the College of Physiotherapy of BC.

What We Do

Physiotherapists address the physical and health needs of students who require mobility support. They look at student performance by focusing on gross motor skills, assess alignment, posture and coordination skills and provide adaptations for student participation in a variety of areas including physical activity within the school and community. 

Referral Criteria

Possible Reasons for Referral

  • Physical diagnosis
  • Need for equipment or staff education on equipment use (wheelchair, walker, lift etc)
  • Need for a PE program
  • Parent concern regarding movement, coordination, alignment or posture

Possible Interventions to Date

  • Gross motor assessment
  • Orthopedic assessment
  • Vestibular Assessment
  • Exercise/Therapy Programs
  • Recommendations or assistance in the prescription of equipment such as:
    • Splints for legs and/or feet
    • Supports for arms/and or hands
    • Specialized chairs or modifications to commercial chairs


Physiotherapy Brochure

Physical activity:Benefits of exercise for health and wellbeing