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The School of Rehabilitation Therapy at Queen’s University is committed to leading and inspiring positive changes that transform lives through rehabilitation research, education and practice. As part of this commitment, our core mission is to educate occupational therapists, physiotherapists and rehabilitation scientists who contribute to health and well-being globally through collaboration, creativity, and the discovery of new knowledge. We are recognized nationally and internationally for our excellent faculty, high-quality professional and research programs, and the ways in which our scholarship contributes to the lives of people affected by or at risk of disability.

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The School of Rehabilitation Therapy 50th Anniversary Fund was established to support a wide range of activities that contribute broadly to the enrichment of the School of Rehabilitation Therapy learn ... (Learn More)
The School of Rehabilitation Therapy 50th Anniversary Fund was established to support a wide range of activities that contribute broadly to the enrichment of the School of Rehabilitation Therapy learn ... (Learn More)
Established by Sandra Olney, M.Ed. 1974, to provide the Director of the School of Rehabilitation Therapy discretionary financial support for various present and future needs. (Learn More)
Established by Sandra Olney, M.Ed. 1974, to provide the Director of the School of Rehabilitation Therapy discretionary financial support for various present and future needs. (Learn More)
Established by Alumni and friends of the School of Rehabilitation Therapy to provide grants to help students meet the accommodation and travel expenses associated with fieldwork placements. (Learn More)
Established by Alumni and friends of the School of Rehabilitation Therapy to provide grants to help students meet the accommodation and travel expenses associated with fieldwork placements. (Learn More)
The Dr. Malcolm Peat Lectureship was established in memory and recognition of former Queen's School of Rehabilitation Therapy Director and founder of ICACBR, Dr. Malcolm Peat. (Learn More)
The Dr. Malcolm Peat Lectureship was established in memory and recognition of former Queen's School of Rehabilitation Therapy Director and founder of ICACBR, Dr. Malcolm Peat. (Learn More)