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Mulder Occupational Therapy (OT) Services provides assessment and treatment services to persons injured as a result of a motor vehicle accident. Treatment is focused on return to function from all perspectives, including recovery from physical and cognitive injuries (due to a head injury), a return to emotional wellbeing after the stress and traumatic nature of an accident, and adjustment of the environment around them using adaptive devices or modifications to the environment in order to allow the person to reach their full potential after injury. The staff at Mulder OT Services are there to assist the injured person along the road to recovery, from start to finish. Services are funded through an auto insurance claim, so there are never any direct costs to the injured person for assessment, treatment or assistive devices/equipment.

Areas serviced

All of the Niagara Region, extending from the border to the USA at Fort Erie and Niagara Falls, extending to Port Dover along Lake Erie and extending to Oakville at Lake Ontario. This includes the cities of St. Catharines, Welland, Dunnville, Hamilton, Burlington, Beamsville, and Grimsby.

What makes us unique

Starting with a thorough assessment of a client’s physical, cognitive and emotional changes since their accident, the staff at Mulder OT Services work diligently to treat the whole person, as it is rarely the case that a severe motor vehicle accident will affect only one aspect of a person. Treatment is client-focused, where goals are made jointly with the injured person so that change and recovery is elicited in the most meaningful way possible. Treatment starts from the moment a referral is received, and can include a same day hospital visit if the accident has just recently occurred. In every case, the staff at Mulder OT Services will walk alongside the injured person, and their family, to navigate the complex insurance system, from the moment of hospital discharge until they have regained their pre-accident roles and activities.


We strive to give the best service to our clients

Populations addressed

Treatment is provided to all ages and stages, from children age 3+, teens, adults and older adults.

Injuries addressed

If the injury can occur as a result of a motor vehicle accident, then Mulder OT Services will strive to help the person overcome that injury.

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  • Severe physical or catastrophic injuries
  • Complex musculoskeletal injuries (fractures, meniscal tears, spinal disc herniations, neurological damage)
  • Chronic pain disorders resulting from the injuries sustained in the auto accident
  • Emotional changes, such as anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depressive episodes, and their effect on daily life; services are provided in conjunction with a client’s treating Psychologist where possible
  • Traumatic head injury, ranging from mild traumatic brain injury (Mild TBI), moderate to severe brain injury
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Upper extremity (arm, hand) or lower extremity (leg, foot) amputation

OT Assessment services

The best way to start treatment is to build on a strong foundation of objective testing and comprehensive screening tools.

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  • Home environmental safety assessments prior to returning home from hospital
  • Cognitive screening as a component of home assessments
  • Psychological screening as a component of home assessments
  • Attendant Care assessments
  • Housekeeping and home maintenance assessments
  • Physical demands & worksite analysis assessments

OT Treatment services

Once an assessment is completed and plans are in place to ensure the injured person is safe in their environment,, the real work begins on the road to recovery.

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  • Hospital Discharge coordination
  • Referral coordination with allied health professionals as required on the file, i.e., case management, and ongoing contact with the referral source throughout the file
  • Crisis intervention
  • Job coaching and return to work programs
  • Cognitive rehabilitation
  • Grief, support, and crisis counseling from a whole person perspective
  • Chronic pain program in the home environment setting and joint with a client’s treating Psychologist, physiotherapist, physician and other health professionals on the file
  • Non-dominant hand treatment programs
  • Return to dominance hand treatment programs
  • Home-based treatment with a combined focus on emotional, cognitive, and physical recovery.
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Questions? Contact Us!

905 651 9997


We are a group of skilled individual, various background with the same purpose

Alison Mulder

Occupational Therapist

Alison is a community-based Occupational Therapist who has been practicing within the province of Ontario since 2003 and has been providing the added services of Cognitive Behavioral therapy (CBT) to clients since 2012. Professional affiliations include being a member of the Ontario Society of Occupational Therapists and the Canadian Association of Cognitive Behavioral Therapists.

Trisha Bucknall

OT Assistant / Rehab Therapist

Trisha is a community-based Occupational Therapy Assistant who has been practicing since 2013. She has previous experience as an Educational Assistant, and additional training and experience working with students with special needs, stroke rehabilitation, cognitive rehabilitation and complex physical injury recovery programs.


Now it's time to work together


P.O. Box 10601
Winona, L8E 5R1


905 651 9997

Fax Us

289 656 1026