Megan S., OT/L
Megan is a Pediatric Occupational Therapist who is extremely passionate about helping kids and families reach and exceed personally meaningful goals! She graduated from East Carolina University where she received both her Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education and Master of Science Degree in Occupational Therapy.
Megan has evaluated and provided treatment for children ages 6 months – adolescence with different needs including: Sensory Processing Disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Fragile-X Syndrome, Coordination and Praxis Disorders, ADHD, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Feeding and Eating difficulties, Handwriting difficulties, and other genetic disorders. She has extensive training and is specialized in the provision of sensory integration-focused therapy. Through understanding the underlying causes of your child’s sensory processing needs, Megan can develop a comprehensive treatment plan specifically for your child’s individual needs to facilitate positive growth and long-lasting change!
Megan is also trained in the following therapeutic interventions and modalities to further facilitate positive therapy outcomes, including, but not limited to: DIR/Floortime, Clinical Reasoning and Sensory Diets, Primitive Reflex Integration, Treating Sensory Modulation Disorders: STEP-SI, Wilbarger Therapressure Program, Handwriting Without Tears, Anxious Eaters, Anxious Mealtimes Approach to Feeding and Eating, SOS, and Conscious Discipline.
Additionally, Megan is a certified provider of the Safe and Sound Protocol for improved self-regulation and resilience in kids, Therapeutic Listening, and ILS-Focus/Calming programs as well.
In her free time, Megan can be found spending time with her family, hiking, camping, reading, cooking, and watching all kinds of binge-worthy Netflix shows!
Megan believes that providing occupational therapy that is child-led, play-based, and specifically tailored to meet the needs of your family can make positive growth and lasting changes possible. She is so looking forward to getting to know your family and having the opportunity to work on reaching goals that are important to you– she can’t wait to get started!