Dr. Glennon is a Professor of Occupational Therapy at Quinnipiac University and owner of the Center for Pediatric Therapy in Fairfield and Wallingford, CT. She has a long history of supporting individuals on the spectrum from infancy to adulthood and has numerous presentations and publications on these topics. In the past few years, she has authored chapters in each edition of AOTA’s Autism: A Comprehensive Occupational Therapy Approach; a chapter in Ryan’s text titled A Toddler with an Autism Spectrum Disorder; and OT Practice articles titled Transitioning to College: Issues for Students with an Autism Spectrum Disorder and Rhyming Storybooks: To Address Safety for Children with an ASD. Dr. Glennon’s current research involves the evaluation of sensory processing abilities in infants and the transitional needs of individuals on the autism spectrum going to college.
Dr. Glennon’s national recognitions include 1993 Board Certification in Pediatrics (BCP), the award of Fellow of the American Occupational Therapy Association (2002) for her commitment to Professional and Community Education in Pediatrics, and an AOTA Recognition of Achievement Award for her work and co-authorship on the Sensory Processing Measure: Facilitating School-Based Team Collaboration.
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