Jodi Carroll graduated from Western Michigan University with her Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy in the summer of 2008. Over the past decade, Jodi has worked in multiple settings including hospitals, clinics, and schools. Jodi has advanced training in the treatment of Sensory Processing Disorder, neurological management of the upper extremity, primitive reflex integration, neural timing, and self-regulation. In December of 2018, Jodi completed her graduate certificate in Educational Leadership from Grand Valley State University. This certifies Jodi as a K-12 administrator and special education director. This training is crucial to assist families in paving the right path for their children’s education and post-secondary pursuits. This training also provides Jodi with the skills needed to build and lead a highly effective multi-disciplinary team. Jodi has a passion for serving individuals with disabilities and her many experiences working in the field of rehabilitation have provided her with the skills and training necessary to serve families and lead the next generation of rehabilitation professionals.
BS in Health and Human Services- Western Michigan University- 2007 Master of Occupational Therapy- Western Michigan University- 2008 Certificate of Educational Leadership- Grand Valley State University- 2018
Sensory Processing Difficulties
Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) and Self Care Skills
Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)
Developmental Disorders and Delays
Selective Eating and Picky Feeding