Master of Occupational Therapy, Georgia State University
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, University of Tampa
Lindsay grew up working at the Jewish Community Center of Atlanta’s summer camp with kids of a variety of ages and abilities. Her mom told her she might enjoy being an occupational therapist, but she had to “ Google it” because she didn’t actually know what an occupational therapist did. She job shadowed a pediatric OT and immediately fell in love. Lindsay has years of working with kids as both a camp and after-school program counselor, volunteering as a reading tutor for at-risk kids, and working as a shadow for a student with autism at Sunday Hebrew school.
Lindsay enjoys working as an occupational therapist because she can embrace her passion for working with children and engage her creativity, all while making a positive impact in a child’s life. She is a Certified Assistive Technology Professional and has received continuing education training in Integrated Listening Systems (iLS), sensory processing disorders, the Alert Program for self-regulation, LAMP Words for Life and DIR-Floortime and is certified in physical agent modalities (PAM).
When Lindsay is not at work, she loves reading books, playing recreational soccer, cheering on her beloved Atlanta Falcons, and spending time with family. Lindsay lives in Sandy Springs.