Francine is energetic and optimistic, delivering exceptional orthotic care in an atmosphere full of enthusiasm for children and adults with special needs. She brings valuable experience working with children in Frontenac Public School, Hotel Dieu Hospital in Kingston, Ontario, Winter Adapted Games for Children with Disabilities, and Rose of Durham – a social service organization and member of the Ontario Association of Child, Youth and Young Parent Centres.
Francine graduated from Queens University in Kingston, Ontario in 2011 with a Bachelor of Physical Education and Health where she distinguished herself in scholastics and was recognized by the Faculty for her outstanding leadership and citizenship. She served on Student Council as Communications Officer and Yearbook Editor, Representative for the Faculty of Arts on the Student Advisory Board and, Peer Leader.
Following her degree at Queens, Francine attended the Orthotic/Prosthetic Technician Program at George Brown College in Toronto, Ontario graduating in 2014.