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3 -**Kim Hesketh, MScPT, BKIH, **is currently the Manager, Rehabilitation Services at Children’s Treatment Network. She has spent her career dedicated to paediatric rehabilitation in various areas including, acute care, community based services, and early intervention. Her passion and previous research has focused on the orthopaedic management of children with cerebral palsy. Kim is a member of the American Academy of Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine Association, sitting on the Clinical Care Pathways Committee, and co-chair of the Empowered Kids Ontario (EKO) Best Practice Committee. Kim is co-founder of K2: Continuing Education in Paediatric Physiotherapy, teaching courses throughout Canada. She has been involved with a number of international initiatives and has taught in a various countries. Kim earned her Masters in Physical Therapy from University of Toronto and a Bachelor’s of Kinesiology with Honours (specialization in Athletic Therapy) from Acadia University. She also holds a Community Based Rehabilitation, Disability and International Development Certificate from Queens University, and a certificate in Project Management through University of Waterloo. Kim is also a mom of two young men, one of which has ASD. @khesketh22
3 +**Kim Hesketh, MScPT, BKIH, **is currently the Manager, Rehabilitation Services at Children’s Treatment Network. She has spent her career dedicated to pediatric rehabilitation in various areas including, acute care, community based services, and early intervention. Her passion and previous research has focused on the orthopedic management of children with cerebral palsy. Kim is a member of the American Academy of Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine Association, sitting on the Clinical Care Pathways Committee, and co-chair of the Empowered Kids Ontario (EKO) Best Practice Committee. Kim is co-founder of K2: Continuing Education in Paediatric Physiotherapy, teaching courses throughout Canada. She has been involved with a number of international initiatives and has taught in a various countries. Kim earned her Masters in Physical Therapy from University of Toronto and a Bachelor’s of Kinesiology with Honours (specialization in Athletic Therapy) from Acadia University. She also holds a Community Based Rehabilitation, Disability and International Development Certificate from Queens University, and a certificate in Project Management through University of Waterloo. Kim is also a mom of two young men, one of which has ASD. @khesketh22
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7 +**Mary Riggin Springstead, MClSc, CCC-SLP, Reg. CASLPO, **is the Director of Programs and Services for CTN and responsible for all of CTN’s clinical, rehabilitation and specialized services. Joining CTN in 2014, Mary previously spent 30 years with the Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre, a CTN partner organization, initially in a clinical speech-language pathology role followed by progressive leadership positions. Most recently she was the Manager, Child and Youth Outpatient Services and responsible for preschool speech and language, occupational therapy and physiotherapy services, along with several additional rehabilitation and medical pediatric programs. Mary was awarded the 2013 Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre’s Board of Director’s Award of Excellence in the Leadership category. Mary was also involved in the original planning and implementation of CTN and has always been a strong advocate for the network and ensuring that children with special needs have access to quality services and inclusive communities to enable full participation in all aspects of life. She holds a Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology and an undergraduate degree in Communicative Disorders, both from the University of Western Ontario.
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8 -**Mary Riggin Springstead, M.Cl.Sc., CCC-SLP, Reg. CASLPO, **is the Director of Programs and Services for CTN and responsible for all of CTN’s clinical, rehabilitation and specialized services. Joining CTN in 2014, Mary previously spent 30 years with the Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre, a CTN partner organization, initially in a clinical speech-language pathology role followed by progressive leadership positions. Most recently she was the Manager, Child and Youth Outpatient Services and responsible for preschool speech and language, occupational therapy and physiotherapy services, along with several additional rehabilitation and medical paediatric programs. Mary was awarded the 2013 Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre’s Board of Director’s Award of Excellence in the Leadership category. Mary was also involved in the original planning and implementation of CTN and has always been a strong advocate for the network and ensuring that children with special needs have access to quality services and inclusive communities to enable full participation in all aspects of life. She holds a Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology and an undergraduate degree in Communicative Disorders, both from the University of Western Ontario.
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