Karen received a Bachelor's of Science in Education with a concentration on Health Promotion from Bowling Green State University. While raising her 3 children, she later returned to school to become a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant earning her Associate's degree from Lehigh Carbon Community College in 2012. Karen works with children of all ages across a variety of diagnoses including Autism Spectrum Disorder, Developmental Delay, Downs Syndrome, and Cerebral palsy to name a few. During treatment sessions with clients, Karen, utilizes her training in Neuro Development Treatment (NDT), Interactive Metronome (IM), Handwriting Without Tears, and the Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) for feeding as approaches to improve her client’s sensory integration, fine and gross motor development, visual motor, self-care, play skills, and feeding skills. Karen is dedicated to helping clients and their families work toward meeting their goals for improving functional skills, achieving optimal development, and improved quality of life.