Adah Chung

Adah Chung

Fact checker, writer, and researcher


Occupational therapy, pediatrics, education, rehabilitation, health


University of Toronto and Queen's University


​Education is important to me; knowledge informs fresh insights, enlightened thoughts, and new ideas.

— Adah Chung


Adah is an occupational therapist, working in the area of pediatrics with elementary students with special needs in the schools. Her work as an occupational therapist includes: home health, acute care, chronic care, seating and positioning, outpatient rehab, skilled nursing rehab.

Her graduate work in higher education brought her to work at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in medical education, assessing clinical competency for health care students. She works as a freelance fact checker, writer, and researcher, writing in the areas of rehabilitation, health, and education. 



Adah earned a Master of Education from the University of Toronto and a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy from Queen's University in Ontario, Canada. 

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