Ms. Jennifer Freudenberg, OTR/L

Ms. Jennifer Freudenberg, OTR/L
freudenbergj@bethel.k12.ct.us

Position Held
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Occupational Therapist- District Wide

Education
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MS Occupational Therapy, Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY
BS Health Science, Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY
BA Psychology, University at Albany, Albany, NY

*Ongoing continuing education on a wide variety of topics and areas of focus including visual motor and fine motor skill development, sensory processing skills/treatment/strategies, school based occupational therapy, autism, down syndrome, visual impairment, visual perception, learning disabilities, executive functioning, assistive technology, reflex integration, etc.


Experience
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2019- present Occupational Therapist, Bethel Public Schools, Bethel, CT

Prior experience:
Occupational Therapist, Danbury Public Schools, Danbury, CT
Occupational Therapist Consultant, Carmel Central School District, Carmel, NY
Contract Occupational Therapist Milestones For Munchkins, Mahopac, NY
Occupational Therapist, The Waverly Group, Greenwich, CT
Occupational Therapist Consultant Mamaroneck Union Free School District

About Me
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Certified by the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy since 2000
Licensed in Connecticut with the State Department of Public Health
Licensed in New York with the State Education Department

Member of the district Assistive Technology Team
Certified in Therapeutic Listening Program
Co-developed Kindergarten Fine Motor Centers curriculum
Presenter at American Occupational Therapy Association National Conference, Orlando FL, April 2010: Embedding School-Based Occupational Therapy in RTI: Implementing a District-wide Fine Motor Curriculum.
Presenter of numerous workshops for educational staff and parents on topics such as: sensory-motor development, fine motor development, handwriting, sensory processing skills and strategies.