Our Professional Partners

Over the years, Dunblaine has been privileged to meet and develop a network with numerous educational professionals and specialists who augment our teaching and allow us to better individualize our approach. These specialists work with us in a variety of ways, by providing professional development for our staff, liaising with parents and teachers, or working individually with students during or after school hours.

Dr. Audrey Huberman
Educational Specialist

B.A., B.Ed., M.Ed., Ed.D.
audrey@skillsforliving.ca; 416 256 7825;

Audrey Huberman is a Doctor of Education. She is a faculty member at Ryerson University where she lectures on social-emotional intelligence. Audrey maintains a private practice in Toronto specializing in teaching and counseling families, parents and individuals of all ages in the areas of social, emotional, and behavioural skills. Her expertise has been featured in Canadian Living and Today’s Parent.

Francine Persico
Occupational Therapist

M.Sc., OT, OT Reg. (Ontario)

Francine Persico joined Dunblaine in the fall of 2015 as the school’s Occupational Therapist.

Stephanie So



Stephanie So has been a part of the Dunblaine team as a physiotherapist since 2010.

Andrea Primmer



Andrea graduated from the University of Toronto with a Master of Science degree in Physiotherapy.   Andrea has worked in paediatrics for over 10 years in a variety of healthcare settings including Holland Bloorview’s inpatient and outpatient units, homecare, and in a private clinic.  She has taken a variety of post-graduate courses including Introductory to Pediatric NDT, Pediatric Foot and Ankle Deformity management by Beverly Cusick, A Systematic, Intensive Approach to Maximize Neuroplasticity and Minimize Maladaptive Habits in Children and Teens with CP by Pia Stampe.  Andrea is a member in good standing with the College of Physiotherapists in Ontario.

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