Victoria Prooday is a Registered Occupational Therapist with an extensive experience working with children, parents and teachers. Victoria is an internationally-known educator, motivational speaker and a popular blogger on modern-day parenting and high-tech lifestyle’s impact on a child nervous system. Victoria is a founder and a clinical director of a multidisciplinary clinic for children with behavioral, attentional, social, emotional and academic challenges. Victoria has a strong understanding of child brain development and its neuroplasticity. Through her work she proves again and again that the brain is like a muscle that if it is properly exercised and provided with the nurturing and balanced environment it will reach tremendous growth and change. Raising children in the modern world of overabundance is becoming more and more challenging. Victoria’s strong belief is that the first step towards helping children begins from helping parents. Through her work Victoria helps parents to recognize the impact that modern technological world has on their child’s nervous system and empowers them with the tools for successful parenting. She helps parents understand their children and find the key to unlock their child’s potential. Through individual, group therapy and parental consultations Victoria and her team help children strengthen their nervous system and improve their functioning at school, home and play.
Victoria holds a Master of Science in Occupational Therapy from the Medical School at University of Toronto and a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and Health Science from York University. Her working experience includes positions with Toronto School Board and Toronto Rehabilitation Institute. Victoria has helped hundreds of families across Canada and around the world and is a frequent guest speaker to teachers, parents and professionals.
Master of Science in Occupational Therapy - University of Toronto, 2006