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Caroline Hui is an occupational therapist working with children and their families since 1991.
She has worked in British Columbia, Quebec, and on the west coast of Florida. In Florida, she cofounded Children’s Therapy Associates, a multidisciplinary clinic still running successfully today.
Caroline returned to Quebec in 2002 and noted the few options for continuing education available to therapists in the province, hence the birth of Choose to Learn.
Since then, Caroline has organized and hosted many workshops taught by world renown therapists such as: Lucy Jane Miller, Sheila Frick, Diana Henry, Helene Polatajko, Beth Osten, Sherri Cawn, Genevieve Jereb, Kim Barthel, Kay Toomey, Teresa May-Benson, Patti Oetter as well as numerous others. She has published in peer reviewed journals and has contributed to several book chapters in occupational therapy references.
Caroline holds a certificate as a Self-Reg® Facilitator and teaches Occupational Performance Coaching as well as organises your next learning opportunity with Choose to Learn. Caroline is currently a PhD student at McGill University
Very good speaker, Ms. Henry is very dynamic. Her energy and enthusiasm is contagious. Excellent organisation.
I love having these workshops in Montreal! It’s much easier and less costly than going to the US. Thank you.
I am so glad I came to this course (CO-OP). Great case examples! Good organisation, thank you.
Great workshop with many examples. I can’t wait to go back to work!
Love the snacks and all the attention to detail you have at your conferences, thank you.
I learnt so much. Speakers share their passion very well.
Excellent course; I feel that all professionals in our area of work should take this (SOS Approach).
Overall great learning experience and convenient location. Thanks!
Came with the team and left with excellent material to help our clients. Well worth our time.
Loved the focus on treatment!
Glad you brought some therapy balls for us to use. Sitting all day is not easy. Thank you.
Had time to connect with old colleagues and learn at the same time. I appreciated all the videos and examples; especially the treatment ideas. Caroline, thank you for your hard work – great to have these speakers in Quebec.