Jeannetta Burpee

Jeannetta D Burpee, M.Ed., OTR/L is an internationally respected clinician and lecturer on developmental therapy and sensory integration for those with multisystem developmental and learning disorders, those with regulatory and sensory processing disorders, those that share  co-morbidity with the diagnoses of autism spectrum disorders, dyspraxia, ADHD, and emotional/behavioral disorders. Ms. Burpee has 47 years of clinical experience with people of all ages. She consults and treats patients at the private practice, Leaps and Bounds Occupational Therapy Services, in Elmira Heights, NY; maintains a consulting practice in Media, PA for patients and parents near Philadelphia, while also consulting with teachers and therapists at the Talk Institute and School, Inc. in Newtown Square, PA. This is in addition to her international consulting and teaching. Ms. Burpee is Faculty Emeritus for Sensory Integration International in Torrance, California, since 1976, and certified to administer and interpret Dr. A. Jean Ayres’ Southern California Sensory Integration and Praxis Test, and the Sensory Integration and Praxis Test.

Financial: Jeanetta Burpee receives a speaking fee from Education Resources, Inc. Non-Financial: She has no relevant non-financial relationships to disclose.



Jeannetta's Courses:

Sensory Integration Intensive



What others are saying:

The best and most informative workshop I have been to. The course was very collaborative and touched on all areas of concern -Catherine Dye

Every Pediatric OT MUST take this course - great overview of neuroanatomy & relation to applications to use in clinic -Joanie Johnson

Jeannetta is an awesome speaker and teacher. She provides excellent techniques, theory and examples of somatosensory, vestibular processing disorders. She also provides the listener with great treatment ideas and handling techniques that can be used in the clinic. -Terry Moser

"This course really opened up my eyes to a new side of sensory integration. It would really push my practice beyond the brushes and buzzers."-Eduardo Sison

"This course sparked excitement to try new strategies while reminding myself to avoid complacency in my treatment approach. I am inspired to keep asking "why" and "what" is going on with this child. A must for all OT's working in Pediatrics!"-Meghan Hinderer