Nicole Zwiep, OTFeeding Specialist
Occupational Therapy - Feeding Therapy
Ms. Zwiep obtained her Bachelor and Master of Science in Occupational Therapy from Queen’s University in Ontario, Canada and has been an OT for over 15 years. She has a wide range of clinical experience in a variety of settings including homes, schools and clinics and diagnoses including ASD, developmental and motor delays and feeding difficulties. Nicole Zwiep has completed extensive training in the SOS Approach to feeding including advanced workshops in reflux, infants and toddlers, children on the autism spectrum, food scientist for older children, and children with severe developmental impairments. In addition, she has completed the SOS Mentorship course. She has also participated in professional development related to executive function, Handwriting Without Tears and sensory based interventions.
Nicole enjoys traveling in her free time and has climbed Mt Kilimanjaro. She has also worked with children with disabilities in Kenya and in the Canadian arctic.