Rose began her career with the elderly after receiving a BS from the University of Pittsburgh in Occupational Therapy. In the last 18 years, Rose has transitioned her career to working with children, specializing within the area of the S.O.S. approach to feeding. This special approach helps children with feeding problems develop the necessary oral motor skills to enable them to eat age appropriate foods and transform the family meal into an enjoyable experience.
“Words cannot even begin to express how grateful we are to have had Rose come into our lives. She has not only been a therapist but has become a part of our family. Thank you so much, Rose, for everything you have done not only for my child, but for the whole family!”
“Rose was excellent with my son – we couldn’t have asked for a better sensory therapist”
ROSE’S EARLY INTERVENTION REWARD:
“Seeing where the child lives and how they interact in their home environment helps me understand how to best treat them .. and I love that!”