"I believe in the potential of Queen’s to educate students, further knowledge, and perpetuate the most important values of Canadian society – in my own way, those values are what I want to express in my gift"
Dr. Sandra Olney, MEd’74
Former Director of School of Rehabilitation Therapy and legacy donor
Dr. Olney included The Rehabilitation Therapy
Excellence Fund in her estate plans.
Canada has one of the most advanced professional organizational structures for rehabilitation practice in the world. The educational programs within the School of Rehabilitation Therapy at Queen's University reflect this structure through our variety of degree offerings.
Occupational therapy is a dynamic, growing, and internationally-recognized health profession that for close to a century has been helping to improve the lives and daily experience of children, adults, and communities by focusing on what is fundamental to us all - the daily occupations that give life meaning.
The Programs in Aging and Health prepare graduates who can use theory, apply evidence and generate knowledge to address the needs and aspirations of older adults within their contexts and communities to support health aging.