The registered occupational therapist (OT) evaluates physical, fine motor, sensory motor, and self-care functioning; and determines purposeful activities which facilitate improvement of these skills within the school environment. This may include the adaptation of equipment. The OTs in Hartland work with general educators and special educators to help all students achieve success.
|Kristine Bonn||Early Childhood, Creekside, Village||(810) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Denice Cole||Lakes, Farms||(810) email@example.com|
|Donna Ingamells||Creekside, Round||(810) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Carrie Steeves||Middle School, High School||(517) 546-5550 ext email@example.com|
Click on the OT Brochure above for details on Understanding School Based Occupational Therapy Sessions.