Patty
Occupational Therapist

Patty has been working with KidTherapy since 2010. She received her Masters of Arts in Occupational Therapy in 2000. Since then, she has received an award for being in the top 20 statewide as far as number of individuals served and blind competitive employment to blind and visually impaired individuals.  She has been a  case manager and provided services to an independent living program. She has taught low vision skills and organized and presented to many support groups and community settings.  She has worked with a variety of pediatric clients with the diagnoses that include: autism, developmental delay, sensory integration disorder, and many other disorders.

Tina
Occupational Therapist

Tina graduated from Texas Women’s University, in 1990, with a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy. Her clinical therapy experiences include acute, outpatient, skilled nursing facility, and rehabilitation. Tina’s clinical interest is pediatrics. Her favorite thing about being a therapist is helping clients achieve their personal best through creative activities.

Susan
Occupational Therapist

Susan graduated from New York University in 1990 with a Master's in specialization in developmental disability. She has clinical experience in school Occupational Therapy and Early Childhood Intervention. Susan likes to work with children with all diagnoses. She enjoys the challenge of deciding what is best for the child. Her favorite thing about being a therapist is when a child sees he can accomplish a new skill.

Francine
Occupational Therapist

Francine recently moved to Austin from Miami, Florida. She graduated from Nova Southern University with a Masters of Occupational Therapy in 2019. Francine has experience working in pediatric outpatient clinics and Neonatal Intensive Care. Her clinical interests include Autism Spectrum Disorder, prematurity, cerebral palsy, and sensory processing disorder. She likes to use techniques such as sensory integration, cognitive orientation, occupational performance and neurodevelopmental techniques. Francine’s favorite thing about being a therapist is the creative means to address each individual.