Courtney has been working with the pediatric population since graduating in 2016 with a Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy from Concordia University in Wisconsin.
She has experience working with children of all ages, but especially enjoys younger children. Courtney has experience working with the following diagnoses: autism, sensory processing disorder, Down Syndrome, cerebral palsy, ADHD, developmental delays, spina bifida, feeding difficulties, fine motor delays, handwriting difficulties, and medically fragile children. Courtney is specially trained in the Handwriting Without Tears protocol and the Zones of Regulation protocol. She also has experience with oral motor feeding techniques, sensory integration/sensory diets, and Constraint Induced Movement Therapy.
Courtney has worked in outpatient pediatric clinics, but finds working in the home or daycare to be more beneficial to the child and parents. Courtney believes that involving parents in their child’s care leads to better outcomes. She has a deep appreciation and understanding of the importance and potential early intervention presents in a growing child’s life.
In her free time, Courtney enjoys spending time with family and cheering on her favorite sports teams. She is eager to work with your family and aims to use her years of related experience, passion and enthusiasm of children to ensure that your child reaches their highest potential.