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									                                     CARLY DUGGLEBY
                                 (778) 847-4642 carlyd@backinmotion.com



EDUCATION
2007 – 2009    Master of Occupational Therapy, University of British Columbia

               Occupational Therapist, Student Fieldwork Placements
                Completed fieldwork placements in the following: vocational rehabilitation, orthopaedic
                  and neurological inpatient rehabilitation, child and adolescent inpatient psychiatry, acute
                  spinal cord injury, acute medical unit, ICU and emergency.

2003 – 2007    Bachelor of Kinesiology, University of Regina
               Major: Adapted Physical Activity

               Recreational Therapist, Student Fieldwork Placement
                Twelve-week fieldwork placement, in an inpatient orthopaedic and neurological
                  rehabilitation program.

EMPLOYMENT
Oct 2011 – Present
                          Consultant Occupational Therapist, Back In Motion Functional Assessments
                          Inc., Richmond, Surrey, Vancouver and Coquitlam, BC.
                           Conduct functional capacity evaluations, job demands analysis, ergonomic
                              assessments and community based occupational therapy interventions. Plan,
                              implement and monitor Graduated Return to Work programs.

Oct 2009 – Feb 2012
                          Staff Occupational Therapist, Back In Motion Rehab Inc., Surrey, BC
                           Provided assessment, treatment and discharge recommendations for injured
                              workers on WorkSafeBC claims, through an Occupational Rehabilitation 2
                              program and the Return to Work Support Services program. Job tasks
                              included: case management, work conditioning, job demands analysis,
                              ergonomic recommendations, job coaching, teaching educational sessions
                              and completing functional assessments.

Jan 2007 – Aug 2007
                          Recreation Therapist (casual), Wascana Rehabilitation Centre, Regina, SK
                           Assisted with planning and running group recreational programs and outing for
                             residents living in a long term care facility.

July 2006 – Aug 2007
                          Direct Care Worker (casual), C & D Housing, Regina, SK
                           Provided personal care for residents, accompanied residents on community
                              outings and assisted with activities of daily living.

MEMBERSHIPS

                    College of Occupational Therapists of British Columbia (COTBC), Registered Member
                     (Membership Number: AJ2300)
                    Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists, Registered Member
                     (Membership Number: 55549)
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

2012
                 “Functional Capacity Evaluation for Individual’s with Acquired Brain Injury” – Roy
                  Matheson and Associates Inc.
                 “Clinical Skills for Assessing and Prescribing Power Mobility Equipment” - MAGMA
                  Rehabilitation
                 The Automotive Mobility and Driving Independence Seminar – Shoppers Home Health
                  Care
              
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                   “8 Annual Health Care Professional Conference” – WorkSafeBC

2011
                 “Functional Capacity Evaluation Program” – Roy Matheson and Associates Inc.
                 CPR-C and Standard - First Aid, Canadian Red Cross
                 Mentored a level two student occupational therapist (7 weeks) – University of British
                  Columbia
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                   “7 Annual Health Care Professional Conference” – WorkSafeBC
                 “Leadership Development Program: The Developing Leader” – Kaizan Consulting Ltd.
                 “Occupational Therapy, Fieldwork Educators Workshop” – University of British Columbia

2010
                 “Best Practices in Assessing and Treating Chronic Pain Patients: An Evidence-based
                  Approach” – Dr. Turk & University of Washington School of Medicine
                 “Vestibular Rehabilitation: A practical approach” – Bernard Tonks
                 “The Ergonomic Evaluation Certification Program” – Roy Matheson and Associates Inc.
                 “Working with Suicidal Clients” – Dr. Sundeep Thinda, Back in Motion Rehab Inc.
2009
                 Research study team member - developing the Wheelchair Outcome Measure (WhOM)
                  for an adolescent population
                 Occupational Therapy Student Society, Representative
                 Capstone Conference planning committee, Volunteer Coordinator
                 Workshop “Sex in your City” - GF Strong Rehabilitation Centre
                 Paediatric Symposium “Getting to Participation” - BC Centre for Ability
2008
                 “Splinting: the basics and beyond” - Pat McGee
                 BTE Work Simulation Workshop - Wascana Rehabilitation Centre
                 “The Multi-Generational Workplace” Conference - Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region
2007
                 Aboriginal Awareness Training - Saskatchewan Association of Heath Organizations
                 “Transferring, Lifting and Repositioning (TLR)” Workshop - Saskatchewan Association of
                  Health Organizations
2006
                 “Moving to Inclusion Workshop” - Active Living Alliance for Canadians with Disabilities



VOLUNTEER WORK

2009 – 2011            Cares Committee, Professional Development Committee & File Review
                       Committee, Back in Motion, Surrey, BC
                        The Cares Committee is focused on environmental stability, social
                          responsibility and community involvement. Through this committee I organized
                          the Adopt-a-Family for Christmas campaign, luncheon fundraisers and a
                          Breast Cancer awareness campaign.
                  Completed a peer file review on a quarterly basis.
                  Organized guest speakers for the Back in Motion clinic.

2007 – 2008    Visions 180 After-school Program, Grandview Elementary, Vancouver, BC
                Co-lead an after school recreation program for elementary school students.

2006 – 2007    Craft-room Assistant, Canadian Red Cross – Veterans Affairs, Regina, SK
                Assisted residents with woodworking, painting and crafts.

2005 – 2006    Assistant Coach Power Soccer, Wascana Rehabilitation Centre, Regina, SK
                Provided coaching for individuals on a power-wheelchair soccer team.

               Team Co-Leader, Terry Fox Run of Hope, Regina, SK
                 Organized a team for the run and raised nearly $10,000 for cancer research.

              .In School Mentor, Big Brothers Association of Regina, Regina, SK
                  Provided guidance, friendship and support to “high risk” youth.

								
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