Stephanie Jordan has been providing Occupational Therapy services within Manitoba since 2003. She is licensed with the College of Occupational Therapists of Manitoba and has maintained active memberships with both the Manitoba Society for Occupational Therapists and the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists.
Stephanie graduated from the University of Manitoba in 2003, with a Bachelor of Medical Rehabilitation (Occupational Therapy). Upon graduation, she spent time working in an acute care hospital setting in Winnipeg, MB before moving into disability management and the private sector. Stephanie relocated to southwestern Manitoba in 2004, and began providing services in Brandon and various communities in rural Manitoba.
In July of 2005, Stephanie opened Key Steps Rehabilitation & Consulting Services. Since that time, she has provided Occupational Therapy services to a variety of clients throughout the province of Manitoba. She has worked with multiple organizations including government agencies, insurance companies, Workers Compensation Boards, private sector employers, as well as private individuals. Stephanie is committed to providing high quality service and effective solutions for all clients.
In 2018, Stephanie began volunteering in a local elementary school and developed a special interest in fine motor and printing skills. In 2020, she began pursuing special training in the Learning Without Tears curriculum, as well as other curriculums that are beneficial for children transitioning to the school environment. This led to the creation of KEYsteps for KINDER: Small Group Occupational Therapy Sessions.
Stephanie believes in life-long learning and enjoys participating in various training and educational opportunities. Stephanie has completed the following post-secondary education:
Bachelor of Medical Rehabilitation (Occupational Therapy) (3 years), University of Manitoba, School of Medical Rehabilitation
Science Studies (3 years), Brandon University, Science Department
Stephanie was born and raised in southwestern Manitoba. She lived in Winnipeg briefly before re-locating to Minnedosa, MB in 2004 when she lives with her husband and two young sons. Stephanie is active in her community, having volunteered with several community groups and volunteer agencies.
Stephanie and her family are outdoor enthusiasts and enjoy summer water sports, as well as ice fishing and snowmobiling in the winter.