Doctor of Occupational Therapy, Nova Southeastern University
Bachelor of Biomedical Science, The University of South Florida
Shree chose to pursue a career in occupational therapy after volunteering at different clinics and hospitals. She loved seeing OTs work with children and help them become independent and began working with children in outpatient therapy immediately after graduation. Shree has experience working with clients ages 0 to 21 with a variety of diagnoses including autism spectrum disorder, Down syndrome, developmental delay, sensory processing disorder, physical disability, ADHD, executive functioning, and cerebral palsy. She has completed training in Sensory Processing Disorders, NICU interventions, and Handwriting without tears. She also has certifications with Integrated Listening System (iLS) and Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) feeding approach.
Shree loves to use creativity and clinical reasoning to present each child with their unique “just right challenge” to promote improved independence across all areas of life. Shree uses her OT experience at home to do fun sensory activities with her child. She enjoys reading books, going to the park, doing yoga, bike riding, and spending time with her family.