Assessment of Motor and Process Skills (AMPS) Certified
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Executive Functioning Skills
Handwriting without Tears
Trauma Informed Care
Ausderau, K. K., St. John, B., Kwaterski, K. N., Nieuwenhuis, B., & Bradley, E. (2019). Parents’ strategies to support mealtime participation of their children with autism spectrum disorder. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 73, 7301205070.
Bradley, E., Hassett, E., Mazza, A., & Abraham, G. (2020). General Education Teachers’ Perspectives on Collaboration With OTs in the School Setting. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 74(4_Supplement_1), 7411505163p1-7411505163p1.
Bradley, E., Langbein, R., & Diaz, J. (2019, June). Setting professional goals as a new practitioner: Create, plan, achieve. OT Student Pulse.
I knew I wanted to become an occupational therapist since I was 10 years old. I grew up next-door to a boy with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and I got to see first-hand the remarkable work OTs do in increasing participation and performance for children and their families. I furthered my interest by shadowing OTs throughout high school and college and fell even more in love with the profession. I love the creativity and holistic lens of the profession. I am so excited to begin my career as an occupational therapist in my dream setting, working with children with ASD.
My Eyas Landing
I completed my 14 week doctoral internship at Eyas Landing with a focus on program development, leadership, and advanced clinical practice within sensory integration. I am so excited to re-join the team as an Occupational Therapist and continue to grow and learn.
My goal is to become Early Intervention Certified so that I can better support the community and provide interventions and support to children ages 0-3 and their families within this setting.
I received my clinical doctorate in occupational therapy to increase my leadership and educational knowledge in order to teach within OT programs, to mentor OT fieldwork students and to continue with program development to meet the needs of the community.
Eyas Landing is a therapy clinic with a mission to provide evidence-based and family-centered therapy services for children, adolescents, and their families. The primary goal is to deliver relationship-based interventions within the most natural environments and to empower families to reach their full potential. To achieve this goal, our highly educated, compassionate staff dedicates time and expertise to create experiences that maximize therapeutic outcomes. The strength, determination, and perseverance of our clients are evident as they succeed in therapy, and ultimately in their daily lives.
Eyas Landing offers a wide range of comprehensive services including Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, ABA Therapy, Social Work, Family Therapy, and Neuropsych testing. Services are provided throughout the Chicagoland area via Telehealth, In-Home, and in our state of the art clinic.