SIJIA LUN, MPT, BSc Physiotherapist Sijia’s interest in pediatrics started at a young age, during her first volunteer experience in high school with a summer camp for children with disabilities. Since then, she has developed a strong passion in working with children of all age groups and recognized the value and reward in helping each child reach their... Read Full Bio

SIJIA LUN, MPT, BSc
Physiotherapist

Sijia’s interest in pediatrics started at a young age, during her first volunteer experience in high school with a summer camp for children with disabilities. Since then, she has developed a strong passion in working with children of all age groups and recognized the value and reward in helping each child reach their... Read Full Bio

 
Samantha has a Masters of Science Degree in Occupational Therapy from Queen’s University and a Bachelors of Physical Education Degree from Brock University. She has recently moved to Squamish from Ottawa.  Throughout her journey to becoming an occupational therapist Samantha completed a student practicum in a school which focused on early intervention to enable children to be prepared to begin primary school. She has completed courses in pediatric occupational therapy and more specifically sensory processing. Samantha has used this knowledge to work with the Franco-Ontarian Autism society by providing training for staff as well as consultation for campers and their families. Samantha has over 10 years of experience working with children of all ages and abilities in several roles including lifeguard, instructor (swimming & skating), therapeutic horseback riding coach, residential camp counselor, and respite worker.  One of Samantha’s strengths in her role working with children and families is her perspective and understanding as a result of her personal experiences within her own family. Samantha is both creative and enthusiastic which allows her to connect to the children and families she works with. She believes in enabling children to apply their personal strengths and interests to develop independence and establish self-efficacy.  Samantha is both fluent in English and French, as well as conversational American Sign Language.  Samantha is registered and in good standing with the College of Occupational Therapists of BC and the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists (CAOT).    

Samantha has a Masters of Science Degree in Occupational Therapy from Queen’s University and a Bachelors of Physical Education Degree from Brock University. She has recently moved to Squamish from Ottawa.  Throughout her journey to becoming an occupational therapist Samantha completed a student practicum in a school which focused on early intervention to enable children to be prepared to begin primary school. She has completed courses in pediatric occupational therapy and more specifically sensory processing. Samantha has used this knowledge to work with the Franco-Ontarian Autism society by providing training for staff as well as consultation for campers and their families. Samantha has over 10 years of experience working with children of all ages and abilities in several roles including lifeguard, instructor (swimming & skating), therapeutic horseback riding coach, residential camp counselor, and respite worker.

 One of Samantha’s strengths in her role working with children and families is her perspective and understanding as a result of her personal experiences within her own family. Samantha is both creative and enthusiastic which allows her to connect to the children and families she works with. She believes in enabling children to apply their personal strengths and interests to develop independence and establish self-efficacy. 
Samantha is both fluent in English and French, as well as conversational American Sign Language.

 Samantha is registered and in good standing with the College of Occupational Therapists of BC and the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists (CAOT).

 

 

 
KAYLA HILDEBAND, MPT, BSc Physiotherapist Kayla developed her passion for children's rehabilitation through volunteer work at the Holland Bloorview Kids Rehab Hospital during her bachelor studies in physiology at the University of Toronto. She then achieved her Master's in Physical Therapy from Queen's University in beautiful Kingston, ON. Kayla has been involved... Read Full Bio

KAYLA HILDEBAND, MPT, BSc
Physiotherapist

Kayla developed her passion for children's rehabilitation through volunteer work at the Holland Bloorview Kids Rehab Hospital during her bachelor studies in physiology at the University of Toronto. She then achieved her Master's in Physical Therapy from Queen's University in beautiful Kingston, ON. Kayla has been involved... Read Full Bio

 
CORINNE EISLER, RD, Registered Dietitian Corinne is a Registered Dietitian and Pediatric Nutrition Expert and has helped many families with nutrition assistance for their infants and children.  Areas of expertise include help with food allergies, intolerances, moderate to severe eczema, suspected low iron status or anemia, ... Read Full Bio

CORINNE EISLER, RD, Registered Dietitian

Corinne is a Registered Dietitian and Pediatric Nutrition Expert and has helped many families with nutrition assistance for their infants and children.  Areas of expertise include help with food allergies, intolerances, moderate to severe eczema, suspected low iron status or anemia, ... Read Full Bio

 
AMANDA GOODISON, MSc, RSLP, Speech-Language Pathologist Amanda has been a member of the Leap! team since 2013. She has 12 years of experience providing speech and language therapy to children with a wide variety of goals. Amanda’s interest in helping children reach their potential surfaced early on, when she worked as a camp ... Read Full Bio

AMANDA GOODISON, MSc, RSLP, Speech-Language Pathologist

Amanda has been a member of the Leap! team since 2013. She has 12 years of experience providing speech and language therapy to children with a wide variety of goals. Amanda’s interest in helping children reach their potential surfaced early on, when she worked as a camp ... Read Full Bio

 
AMY YEE, B.OT, Registered Occupational Therapist Amy is an experienced occupational therapist who holds licences to practice in 3 countries: Canada, the United States, and the Philippines. Amy joins our Leap team, after recently moving to North Vancouver, with years of experience in pediatric clinical practice, teaching as Occupational Therapy Faculty, and ... Read Full Bio

AMY YEE, B.OT, Registered Occupational Therapist

Amy is an experienced occupational therapist who holds licences to practice in 3 countries: Canada, the United States, and the Philippines. Amy joins our Leap team, after recently moving to North Vancouver, with years of experience in pediatric clinical practice, teaching as Occupational Therapy Faculty, and ... Read Full Bio

 
LISA HOLOWAYCHU,  BSc(OT), Occupational Therapist Lisa completed her Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy in 1996 at the University of Alberta.  After graduating, Lisa went on to pursue her interest in pediatrics.  She later focussed on working with both adult and geriatric populations.  She has practiced occupational therapy for over 20 years and has a wealth of experience including neurological, musculoskeletal, pulmonary and respiratory, psychological and sensory processing disorders as well as developmental delay. She has worked with both children and adults with complex disabilities. As a treating therapist, she has assisted her clients in becoming as independent as possible within their home and community environments and strongly focusses on quality of life and turning baby steps into milestones.  Lisa is skilled in home assessments for the provision of adaptive and mobility equipment, seating assessments, home modifications and hospital discharge planning.  She has many professional and personal goals and is always driven by providing the best services she can to see her clients be successful in every aspect of their lives.  Her motto is : “Everyone achieves their goals in their own time.  No one is too early or too late, but right on time”

LISA HOLOWAYCHU, 
BSc(OT), Occupational Therapist

Lisa completed her Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy in 1996 at the University of Alberta.  After graduating, Lisa went on to pursue her interest in pediatrics.  She later focussed on working with both adult and geriatric populations.  She has practiced occupational therapy for over 20 years and has a wealth of experience including neurological, musculoskeletal, pulmonary and respiratory, psychological and sensory processing disorders as well as developmental delay. She has worked with both children and adults with complex disabilities. As a treating therapist, she has assisted her clients in becoming as independent as possible within their home and community environments and strongly focusses on quality of life and turning baby steps into milestones.  Lisa is skilled in home assessments for the provision of adaptive and mobility equipment, seating assessments, home modifications and hospital discharge planning.  She has many professional and personal goals and is always driven by providing the best services she can to see her clients be successful in every aspect of their lives.  Her motto is : “Everyone achieves their goals in their own time.  No one is too early or too late, but right on time”

DR. REZA KHAMNEIPUR, D.C. Chiropractor Dr. Reza Khamneipur, D.C. is certified by the American College of Sport Medicine, certified as a Chiropractic Sport Physician by Palmer West Chiropractic College and certified on the latest Chiropractic Sports techniques. Whether a disc bulge, injured shoulder or constant headaches,  ... Read Full Bio

DR. REZA KHAMNEIPUR,
D.C. Chiropractor

Dr. Reza Khamneipur, D.C. is certified by the American College of Sport Medicine, certified as a Chiropractic Sport Physician by Palmer West Chiropractic College and certified on the latest Chiropractic Sports techniques. Whether a disc bulge, injured shoulder or constant headaches,  ... Read Full Bio