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Mental Health Home

Portland, OR
October 17, 2019

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Happy Valley, OR 97086



Occupational Therapist License August 2019

(State of Oregon)


Master of Science in Occupational Therapy December 2018 Shenandoah University, VA

Bachelor of Science in Business December 2006

Pennsylvania State University, PA


Shenandoah Valley Westminster Canterbury – Winchester, VA 8/27/18 – 11/16/18 Continuing Care Retirement Community & SNF

Level II Fieldwork

• Evaluated and developed interventions for clients specific to TAVR, ICD, CVA, meningitis, TBI, THR, TKR, TSR, spinal fusion, orthopedics, and RCR

• Provided skilled occupational therapy services / interventions in accordance with physician order

• Utilized interventions including functional dynamic balancing tasks, functional mobility activities, therapeutic exercise, manual therapy (PROM, AAROM, and joint distraction), MMT, goniometer, 9- hole peg test, hand dynamometer, pinch gauge, and home exercise programs

• Assisted and observed occupational therapists with home safety evaluations to assess client’s ability to perform ADLs and IADLs

• Decreased client’s risk of falls through home safety evaluations and training on the proper use of assistive devices

• Completed documentation on Casamba for initial evaluations, SOAP notes, progress reports, and discharge plans

Fox Rehabilitation – Winchester, VA 5/21/18 – 08/17/18 Assisted Living Facility & Home Health

Level II Fieldwork

• Evaluated and treated patients with conditions including COPD, Parkinson’s, hand/wrist ailments, multiple sclerosis, dementia, stroke, diabetes, arthritis, and osteoporosis

• Individualized dynamic balance, gait, range of motion, and strength training interventions to optimize and restore functional ability

• Assessed patient’s needs and modified care to meet goals of treatment plan

• Improved client’s ability to perform activities of daily living through patient education and customized home exercise program

• Developed treatment plans and implemented creative and meaningful interventions to promote posture and positioning while performing activities of daily living to prevent exacerbation of symptoms

• Completed documentation on Raintree and Kinnser for initial evaluations, progress reports, SOAP notes, and discharge plans


9442 SE Hamilton Ln.

Happy Valley, OR 97086


Winchester Rehabilitation Center – Winchester, VA 02/05/18 – 04/27/18 Inpatient Rehabilitation

Level I Fieldwork

• Assisted with and observed evaluation and treatment sessions including NMES, motor learning, AKA, GSW, CVA, TBI, orthopedics, visual strategies for homonymous hemianopia

• Observed SLP with treatment sessions

• Interacted with adult population in hospital setting RELEVANT EXPERIENCE:

School of Health Professions Shenandoah University – Winchester, VA 09/2017 – 01/2018 Dean Search Committee/Volunteer

• Evaluated candidates for the dean of the School of Health Professions by understanding the needs and opportunities at Shenandoah

• Participated in screening interviews. Made recommendations to Chairperson and Committee Members

• Assisted the Chairperson with the preparation of an unranked list of the best qualified finalists

• Actively engaged in on-campus interviews to observe the candidates in different settings to assess their ability to contribute to the demands of the department and University Hawaii Behavioral Health – Hilo, HI 07/2012 – 05/2013 Case Manager

• Served as primary point of contact for all parties involved with youths in Therapeutic Foster Care

• Implemented the therapeutic treatment plan under the direction of a therapist, while providing case management services

• Referred clients to support services to supplement treatment and counseling The Institute for Family Enrichment – Hilo, HI 06/2010 – 07/2012 DOE & DOH Paraprofessional

• Taught daily living, social skills, academics, vocational and recreational activities to developing clients

• Provided evidence-based services to clients with Autism Spectrum Disorder and youths with emotional and behavioral challenges

• Collaborated in a school setting and within the community under the direction of a mental health professional on targeted goals and objectives outlined in the client’s treatment plan The Penn Hawaii Youth Foundation – Hilo, HI 09/2009 – 10/2011 Assistant Director/Volunteer

• Researched successful evidence-based programs that were incorporated into the organization

• Represented the Penn Hawaii Youth Foundation at training events sponsored by Hawaii County designed to provide resources and information on Hawaii Strategic Prevention Frame Work

• Assisted the instructor with class curriculum, team organization, and documentation of student progress

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