Anne, OTR, received an MOT from TWU-Dallas, and loves working with children to build skills through their primary occupation --- PLAY! -- in order to gain success toward independence as they grow and develop. Thriving in the collaborative environment, family members, other therapists and teachers are included in the process for an all-inclusive and holistic approach to individualized therapy.
As a member of AOTA and TOTA, Anne specializes in Sensory Processing, Vocational and Transitional Training, Gross and Fine Motor Coordination, Feeding Therapy and Disorders, Socialization Skills, Motor-Planning Skills, Play-Based Skills, Interactive Metronome, and Astronaut Training.
As a mother of a child with Autism, who is now 18-years-old, Anne had the unique opportunity to learn from her child’s occupational therapist (and other therapists) to better understand her child, their difficulties with sensory processing, social skills, executive functioning and how to best support them. This lead her to become an occupational therapists to work with other families who are walking the same road.
Anne enjoys doing yoga, reading and knitting while she’s relaxing at home. She loves getting outside to hike, garden and spend time with her husband and three children.