Chris has been in practice as an occupational therapist for close to 20 years with a primary focus in adult intervention. His true passion is working with consumers who have high level cognitive deficits and the utilization of occupation based assessments to address executive dysfunction. Chris maintains a strong interest in the role of occupational therapy in advancing opportunity for disabled consumers to access community services, education, transportation, and employment through the Americans with Disability Act and universal design. He is an experienced presenter having lectured on these topics at the State, National, and International level.
Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy
OT practice with adults who have physical rehabilitation needs