Introducing OT June Smith as an ERI Faculty member


June Smith OT

June Smith

We would like to introduce June Smith OTR/L, and are thrilled to add her to our distinguished list of Faculty members.
June is a dynamic and engaging instructor, is an Occupational Therapist and licensed Brain Gym®Instructor. She has certifications in Sensory Integration, SIPT and Neurodevelopmental Treatment. She brings a wealth of experience from varied setting including her current position as Supervisor of OT Services at a residential/day program with adults /children with developmental challenges and as a consultant/clinician at South Shore Therapies SI clinic. June has more than thirty-five years of experience in the field of O.T. working with individuals who present with a variety of physical, cognitive and behavioral challenges that impact learning. She is certified to teach both basic and advanced courses entitled “Brain Gym® for children who have Special Needs”. She has taught numerous Brain Gym® courses and is a member of the Educational Kinesiology Foundation. In addition, June also works closely with Developmental Optometrists, and collaboratively established a vision clinic to promote visual efficiency.

June is presenting:
Integrating Movement-based Learning into Treatment: An Evidence Based Approach
Please click on the link for a listing of her dates, venues, course description and a brochure. 

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One Response to Introducing OT June Smith as an ERI Faculty member

  1. Jorge Ochoa says:

    Hello,

    I’m thinking on attending the course:

    Integrating-Movement Based Learning into Treatment:
    an Evidence Based Approach to Enhance Engagement and Function in Children and Teens
    April 25-26, 2014 – Houston, TX

    If possible, I am asking for June Smith to e-mail me as I have some questions regarding her discussion of drum circles. Thank you.

    Jorge Ochoa, OTR
    Occupational Therapist
    TamboRhythms.com Group Drumming Events
    TamboRhythms@yahoo.com
    210-289-7100
    Facebook:TamboRhythms
    http://ow.ly/224RQr

    “Music can enhance quality of life by maximizing performance of meaningful daily activities limited by physical, psychosocial, and/or social factors” – Dan Craig,OTR/L

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