About the School of Rehabilitation Sciences
Offering professional master’s programs in audiology, occupational therapy, speech-language pathology and physiotherapy, the School of Rehabilitation Sciences educates bilingual healthcare professionals to meet the needs of francophone communities in Ontario and within the country's bilingual and multicultural context. Students are prepared for fulfilling careers in healthcare across a wide variety of settings (hospitals, clinics, community-based services, schools, private practice, governmental agencies, etc.). The School also offers an interdisciplinary doctoral program in rehabilitation sciences where students from various backgrounds are educated to carry out independent research to improve the knowledge base in rehabilitation sciences. Expert researchers fall within four main areas: knowledge transfer, cognition and motor skills, social participation and interaction with the social environment.