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Occupational Therapist

Danielle Walsh received her Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational Science in May of 2015 and her Master of Science degree in Occupational Therapy in October of 2016 from Ithaca College. Throughout her tenure at Ithaca, she participated in multiple pediatric research studies including “Tots on Bots;” a research study developing robotic-based mobility platforms to promote early mobility for infants with motor impairments. She completed her first Level II fieldwork experience at Boston Ability Center, a pediatric outpatient clinic with a sensory integration focus in Wellesley, MA, and her specialty fieldwork at Project CHILLD in the summer of 2016. Danielle is currently a part-time occupational therapist at Saint Mary’s Center for Women and Children. She developed and continues to manage their first pediatric occupational therapy program in the Bridge Home, a residential program for children who have experienced trauma and neglect. Danielle has completed continuing education courses in trauma informed care, as well as a Therapeutic Crisis Intervention training course through Cornell University’s Family Life Development Center. Danielle joined the Project CHILLD team in August of 2017.

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