Dani is an occupational therapist from Eastern Oregon. She has a bachelor's degree in psychology from Boise State University and a Master's of Occupational Therapy from Colorado State University. Dani became interested in occupational therapy after working with children and adults with disabilities doing outdoor activities such as snowboarding, rock climbing, canoeing, and rafting. In her free time she enjoys reading, playing games, spending time in the outdoors, and playing with her cat, Monty.
Kelsey received her Masters of Science from the University of South Dakota in 2014. During her time at USD, she completed research studying sensory processing deficits, specifically working with children who toe walk. Kelsey has completed the Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) training and is certified to complete feeding therapy with children who demonstrate both sensory and oral motor difficulties with feeding. She has also completed further training in feeding therapy specifically working with children from six to 16 months of age. Kelsey is an active member of the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA). Her passion is driven by providing children with the opportunity to be successful in an overstimulated world, as well as giving parents a deeper understanding of Sensory Processing Disorder. Kelsey moved to Colorado in 2015 and enjoys spending her free time in the outdoors doing various activities: camping, hiking, snowshoeing, and biking.
Rebecca is an occupational therapist originally from Southern California. She has a bachelor's degree in psychology and a minor in Spanish, and received her Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy from Colorado State University in December 2016. She developed a passion for working with kids when she began working with a pediatric occupational therapist in a gymnastics setting in California. Rebecca completed a pediatric clinical rotation in an outpatient clinic in Fort Collins, where she gained a deeper understanding of Sensory Processing Disorder and how to incorporate sensory integration into play during therapy. Rebecca loves calling Colorado home and enjoys hiking, biking, camping, and climbing in her free time.