Tiffany is an occupational therapist of 10+ years, who has worked primarily with the pediatric population. She has had the opportunity to serve children of diverse abilities, challenges, and diagnoses (e.g. Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADD/ADHD, chromosomal disorders, social and emotional disorders, intellectual disability, developmental delay, neurological conditions, orthopedic conditions, and sensory processing disorder). She has worked in a variety of settings from school-based (PreK to 12th grade), community-centered (e.g., daycares), in the home (e.g., early intervention with children Birth to 3 years old), and in outpatient clinics. Tiffany is fluent in English and Spanish and is committed to fostering collaborative communication between families, related service providers, and/or medical professionals across disciplines to support the development and well-being of the whole child.
Following graduation from The University of Scranton, in Scranton, Pennsylvania, in August 2011, Tiffany worked in the NJ/NY area with children in public and private school settings, within the community (home/daycare), and at outpatient facilities. In 2020, she became a travel therapist serving children in the public schools of Los Angeles County, California. As a clinician working during the COVID-19 pandemic, Tiffany learned how to support children, families, and teachers through online platforms such as Zoom and Google Meet by providing virtual occupational therapy services, until schools re-opened for students to meet again in person.
In August of 2022, Tiffany moved to Raleigh, North Carolina, where she currently lives with her husband, Chris. Since moving to the Triangle Area, Tiffany has worked with the preschool evaluation team at Wake County Public Schools, where she worked on a multidisciplinary team to conduct assessments, determine eligibility for special education services, and contribute to creating Individualized Education Plans for children attending preschool and/or transitioning to Kindergarten. Tiffany values the importance of meeting children and families where they are at.