April 21, 2021 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm

Boosting Engagement in Self-Care Activities

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Join Gillian Bagg, Occupational Therapist, in exploring

    1. The importance of exercise in performing correctly paced daily self-care activities
    2. How to pace daily self-care activities
    3. Barriers to engaging in self-care activities


Click here to register for this Webinar.


After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

As this is an online event, earphones would be a great bonus but not necessary to enjoy this session.

Gillian Bagg, BHScOT; HBPE, Occupational Therapist.

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Gillian owns and operates Gillian Bagg Occupational Therapy Services, a private practice she started 17 years ago.

Gillian graduated from Lakehead University with an Honour’s Bachelor of Physical Education in 1994 and from McMaster University with her Bachelor of Health Science in Occupational Therapy in 1996.

She started her career as an OT in her hometown in Northwestern Ontario, first in the area of vocational rehabilitation and then in a rehabilitation hospital.  She assisted her patients with return to work and return to their optimal functioning with respect to their chosen activities of daily living.  She worked with persons injured in accidents and those with chronic medical conditions, including chronic pain and neuropathy.

She moved to Calgary in 1999 and worked as a case manager and occupational therapy consultant for Alberta Health Services – Home Care Program, working with adults with physical and neurological conditions.

She currently works solely in the area of medical legal consultation.  She has been accepted as an expert by the Court of Queen’s Bench in Alberta and by the Provincial Court of British Columbia.

She is passionate about her work as an OT and assisting her clients with achieving their goals of maintaining independence and safety with respect to all aspects of their day-to-day functioning, and ultimately their overall quality of life.

Meeting Format

Webinars are a presentation provided online. Unfortunately they are not fully interactive. You will be able to see and hear the presenter or their screen, but you will not be seen or heard.

CNA webinars are limited to 100 participants. Note: This meeting will be recorded. 

Webinar Etiquette

    1. Use the Chat box to ask questions or to communicate directly with the administrator. Please be aware we may not able able to address all questions.
    2. Please keep your questions general, as the speaker cannot address personal health concerns.
    3. No abuse will be tolerated, anyone being abusive or intolerant will be removed from the webinar.

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Boosting Engagement in Self-Care Activities

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