Randy has been practicing as a pediatric occupational therapist for over ten years. He has experience working with infants, toddlers and school age children. He has expertise in working with medically complex or medically fragile infants and toddlers and graduates from the NICU. He has an extensive knowledge base and experience in conducting evaluations in early intervention programs across three states and school based evaluations in several school districts. Randy provides intervention plans for children who have autism spectrum disorder and he creates sensory diets that can be incorporated into the children and family's daily routines. Randy has been an adjunct professor at Dominican College and Quinnipiac University and an Assistant Professor of Occupational therapy at University of Hartford and he has taught courses in neuroscience, splinting, assistive technology, theory or frames of reference, advanced practice skills and pediatrics. Randy has lectured at national and international conferences. He provides continuing education seminars and workshops to other professionals as well as mentoring and consultative services.
What others are saying:
"This was a great course for those who have been practicing for a while. Randy provides a lot of practical knowledge from various perspectives-research, insurance, treatment and theory. It is a good course for OT, PT, SLP and psychologists. Randy completes all the material in the course description. He is a very lively presenter with lots of experience." - C Wickroma, OTR/L
"Randy was a very engaging presenter. He clearly understands and can explain the material presented. I aslo enjoyed the anecdotal experiences he presented to go along with the lecture." - K Davis, SLP
Early Intervention for Infants and Young Children (0-3): Sensory, Feeding, Behavior