Master of Science, University of St. Francis
Health Services Administration, 2004
Bachelor of Science, St. Ambrose University
Occupational Therapy and Psychology, 1998
RESNA Certified Assistive Technology Professional
WPS and University of Southern California Certified in Sensory Integration
Early Intervention Credential
Angie joined the Easter Seals team in 1998. Her clinic training includes neurodevelopmental treatment, sensory integration, handwriting, splinting, Cerebral palsy, aquatic therapy, assistive technology, neuromuscular electrical simulation, therapeutic listening, and constraint-induced movement therapy.
Angie presented a resolution to the National Representative Board of Occupational Therapy Practitioners in April 1998. She is a clinical educator for Occupational Therapy field work students and has completed extensive training in sensory integration evaluation and treatments. Angie has been influential in starting programs for children with disabilities in the community.
She was the Peoria Jaycees Healthcare Professional of Year 1008-2009, and had the pleasure to successfully nominate an Easter Seals family for Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, which aired on ABC in 2009. Angie is a member of the St. Ambrose University College of Health & Human Services Advisory Board and The Illinois Central College Occupational Therapy Advisory Board.
Angie provides pediatric training and rehabilitation services for children with a variety of developmental delays and disabilities including, but not limited to: intellectual disability, Down syndrome, autism, Cerebral palsy, brachial plexus, hypotonia, and sensory processing disorder.
Pediatric Splinting/Casting of Upper Extremity
Neuromuscular Electrical Simulation
Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy
Cortical Visual Impairment
Home-based Therapy Services