Mrs. Lisa Notti, OTR/L
Mrs. Lisa Notti, OTR/L

Position Held
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Occupational Therapist- District Wide

Education
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BS, Occupational Therapy, Sargent College-Boston University, Boston,MA

*Ongoing continuing education on a wide variety of topics and areas of focus including fine motor skills, sensory/motor skills, sensory integration/processing skills and treatment, strategies for the school based therapist, neuro-development, oral motor and feeding skills, autism, cerebral palsy, visual impairment, learning disabilities, assistive technology, etc.

*Specialized training includes:
     -2012: Picky Eaters VS Problem Feeders; The SOS (Sequential Oral Sensory) Approach to Feeding
     -2007: Assistive Technology Application Certificate Program (ATACP) through California State University at Northridge
     -1992: A Neurobiological Foundation for Sensory Integration and Treatment of Sensory Integrative Dysfunction through Sensory Integration International

Experience
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1987-present - Occupational Therapist, Bethel Public Schools, Bethel, CT
Prior Experience:
- Occupational Therapist, Monadnock Regional School District, Swanzey, NH
- Occupational Therapist, RISE (Rural Infant Stimulation Experience), Keene, NH
- Occupational Therapist, Keene School District, Keene, NH
- Occupational Therapist, Winston Prouty Center for Child Development,
Brattleboro, VT

About Me
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Registered member of the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy
Licensed in Connecticut by the State Department of Health
Member of the American Occupational Therapy Association

*Honored to receive the Sara Mass award in 2007
*Member of the district Assistive Technology Team
*Member of the district Feeding Team
*Assist in curriculum development for handwriting and fine motor skills
*Present numerous workshops to staff and families on topics such as fine motor skills, handwriting skills, feeding skills, sensory processing, etc.