2017 Fellowship Recipient
Brydne Edwards, OT Reg. (Ont) started working as an occupational therapist in 2013, and is dedicated to translating knowledge to practice in rehabilitation.
Brydne has experience working with children and older adult clients. She is passionate about enabling participation and inclusion across the lifespan, and hopes that her proposal will contribute to enhancing clients’ quality of life.
Brydne will be implementing the QI project: Enhancing physical activity in the disease self-management plan for clients living with mild cognitive impairment, dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease.