Mrs. Erica Herbert OTR/L, ATP
Mrs. Erica Herbert OTR/L, ATP

Position Held

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Occupational Therapist- District Wide

Education
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ATP, Assistive Technology Practitioner Certification
AS, Massage Therapy, New York College, Syosset, New York
BS, Occupational Therapy, University of Hartford, Hartford Connecticut

Attend many professional development workshops in topics related to; assistive technology, feeding development and strategies, fine motor skill development, sensory integration therapy and development of sensory diets, occupational therapy for the school based therapist, working with students with learning disabilities, autism, visual impairments.

2012- Picky Eaters vs. Problem Feeders, the SOS (Sequential Oral Sensory) Approach to feeding, Hartford, CT



Experience
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2009-Present, Occupational Therapist, Bethel Public Schools, Bethel, CT
Prior Experience:
Senior Occupational Therapist, Bethel Healthcare Center, Bethel, CT
Occupational Therapist, WakeMed Rehabilitation Hospital, Raleigh, North Carolina
Occupational Therapist, School for Language and Communication Development, Glen Cove, New York
Contract Occupational Therapist, Children's Speech and Rehabilitation Therapists, Metro Therapy INC, and New York Therapy Placements, Long Island, New York
Occupational Therapist, St. Johnland Head Injury Rehabilitation Unit, Kings Park, New York

About Me
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Registered member of the National Board for Certification for Occupational Therapy
Licensed in Connecticut with the State Department of Health
Member of RESNA, Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society
  • Member of the district Assistive Technology Team
  • Member of the district Feeding Team
  • Presenter of numerous workshops for district staff and families on topics pertaining to Assistive Technology, use of iPads, Feeding Strategies and Fine Motor Skill Building
  • Assist in curriculum development for handwriting and fine motor development