Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant

Barbara Haber-Grinnell COTA/L

 

Barbara Haber-Grinnell, COTA/L, graduated from Baker College of Owosso’s Occupational Therapy Assistant program in December 2016.  She is licensed with the State of Michigan and certified through the National Board of Certified Occupational Therapy (COTA/L).  Barbara has fieldwork experience in Skilled Nursing, Neurorehabilitation, and Pediatrics. 

 

She also has work experience in the school systems and in community mental health settings, where she has worked with young adults and children with various developmental and cognitive disabilities, as well as those on the Autism Spectrum. 

 

Barbara completed training during her employment in the mental health setting to become a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT), in order to provide Applied Behavior Therapy for children and young adults with Autism Spectrum disorders. 

 

She is a certified CarFit technician, has completed training in Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED, Sensory Processing Disorders, and Nonviolent Crisis Intervention.

We moved!

 

I am excited to use the backdrop of “April is OT Month” to announce we’ve moved our studio office!

 

We remain in the Old Town Medical Arts Building but are now on the 3rd floor with significantly larger space to better serve our patients and families! 

 

This moves allows us to partner to share clinical studio space with Chris Sovey, DPT, BSN, RN.  Chris is launching his private practice Healthy Consumer Physical Therapy.   

 

Chris’s background in nursing and practice in pain management and DNS (dynamic neuromuscular stabilization) and his commitment to quality rehabilitation are all reasons I am excited about the potential to collaborate for those we serve at O’Connor Occupational Therapy Services PLLC!

 

Please check back to our website – as an Open House will be scheduled.

 

Chris’s website is http://healthyconsumerpt.com/

 

 

"Sláinte mhaith!"

To your good health!

Michael

 

 

The Celtic Maze pattern symbolizes the journey of life and the path of experience, & learning.  It symbolizes that there are twists, and turns, the challenges and obstacles in life, but that there are always open doors.

O’Connor Occupational Therapy Opens Doors to opportunities for individuals to live safely and independently in their community through RehabilitationEducation, and Adaptation.

517-881-1302 michael@oconnorot.com
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