Emily D’Agostino, Occupational Therapist, OTR/L

Play and self-care development are two of the primary occupations for children. My favorite part of being a therapist is using directed play to develop skills to allow for the highest level of performance. I have worked with pediatric patients and their families as an occupational therapist since 2017 in various settings including outpatient, school, hand therapy, acute care, and rehabilitation. I love to hide skill development within meaningful activities and natural contexts to allow for integration into the home environment.

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