Meghan graduated with her Masters of Occupational Therapy from St. Ambrose University in 2011. She began working in pediatrics following graduation and has dedicated her career to expanding her knowledge in order to provide the best care to the children and families she serves. Meghan has worked in Early Intervention for 10 years. She has experience evaluating and treating children in the home, school, clinic, and community settings. Meghan has extensive training in sensory processing through the Star Institute for Sensory Processing. She uses a relationship based play approach when working with children; specifically those with a diagnosis of autism and/or sensory processing disorder. Meghan is passionate about helping children and their families learn self-regulation strategies while gaining an understanding of how to live a sensory lifestyle that meets each child’s needs. She also has experience in evaluating and treating children with sensory based feeding challenges specifically using the Sequential Oral Sensory approach to feeding. Meghan has also evaluated and treated many children with a variety of genetic conditions and physical disabilities using various treatment techniques including constraint induced movement therapy and splinting. Meghan truly finds joy in developing a positive relationship with each child and their family and is grateful to be able to help children and their families reach their unique goals. Outside of work, Meghan is most likely spending time with her husband and two sons. She also enjoys spending time with extended family and friends, exercising, and reading.