Natasha is an occupational therapist who is passionate about supporting children and their families to set and achieve meaningful goals to improve their function, skills, and independence. Natasha has a friendly and bubbly personality and holds person-centred care and communication in high regard. Natasha enjoys learning about children and their families to create fun and engaging sessions to work toward carefully curated goals.
Natasha has experience working with a diverse population including children with various diagnoses such as autism spectrum disorder, cerebral palsy, intellectual disability, global development delay, ADHD, down syndrome, ataxia, brain injury, as well as mental-health associated disorders. Through years of working with many children, Natasha has developed skills in providing therapy to improve emotional regulation, fine and gross motor skills, social communication and interaction, executive functioning and problem solving. Natasha has also completed extensive research on interoception and its unique interventions for use with children at various developmental stages and for a wide range of goals.