Kara Myers MS, OTR/L
Kara received her Undergraduate and Masters degree in Occupational Therapy from Russell Sage College. She has 17 years of experience working with children of all ages and varying disabilities throughout outpatient rehabilitation, school and early intervention settings. She utilizes a holistic approach when working with her patients combining sensory integration, cognitive behavioral and play based models in effort to meet her patient's maximum potential.
Kara is certified in administering and interpreting the Sensory Integration and Praxis Test (SIPT) and has extensive training in Sensory Integration theory. She has advanced certification in Therapeutic Listening and has completed continuing education in treating children on the autism spectrum, childhood anxiety disorders, picky eating and sensory based feeding difficulties.
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Kirstyn Gamache MS, OTR/L
Occupational Therapist, Fieldwork Coordinator
Kirstyn received her Undergraduate and Masters Degree in Occupational Therapy from The University of New England in Portland, Maine. Kirstyn is passionate about working with children to help increase their independence and functional skills in a variety of settings. She also works in day habilitation programs in Massachusetts and has extensive experience working with children with various needs. Kirstyn holds OT licensure in both NH and Massachusetts. She is certified in the Therapeutic Listening Program.
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Lindsay Arel MS, OTR/L
Lindsay received her undergraduate and Masters Degree in Occupational Therapy from The University of New Hampshire in Durham, NH. She has experience working with children both in early intervention and in an outpatient setting. She has training in evaluating and providing individualized treatment to children with neuromotor, sensory motor and sensory based feeding difficulties. She also has completed continuing education with regards to Handwriting Without Tears and the Astronaut Training Protocol.
Contact Lindsay at Lindsay@movingkidsforwardtherapy.com.
Amanda Zazeski MOT, OTR/L
Amanda received her Masters Degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of Southern Maine in Lisbon, Maine. Amanda has experience in both outpatient and early intervention settings. She has a background in assessing and creating individualized treatment plans for children with fine motor, gross motor, visual motor, bilateral coordination and sensory difficulties. She has competed continuing education courses in Handwriting Without Tears and Sequential Oral Sensory Approach
Contact Amanda at Amanda@movingkidsforwardtherapy.com.
Our office is located at 547 Amherst Street, Suite 102 in Nashua, NH. Our clinic is child friendly and has been specially designed to provide children with individualized, multi-sensory experiences. It consists of four treatment rooms. One featuring a ball pit, a loft for kids to jump off of into a sea of foam cushions, and other pieces of sensory equipment that offers a wide variety of movement experiences to enhance gross motor and motor planning skills. Another treament room contains a large suspension system with the capability of using a variety of suspended equipment such as a lycra hammock swing, climbing ladders and hanging "vines". We also have a fine motor room with child sized tables and chairs for kids to participate in tabletop activies and games. Large windows throughout the office space offers lots of natural light.