Michelle Brown is an Occupational Therapist (OT) who has been working with families since 1996.
Michelle has worked in a variety of settings including homes, day-cares, schools, treatment centers, hospitals and private clinics. Michelle currently works in schools and in private practice.
Michelle’s goal is to provide parents, caregivers (foster parents, grandparents, older siblings, daycare providers) and teachers with information, easy to use tips and strategies and resources to help make managing everyday living a little bit easier.
From eating to getting out the door in the morning, from managing personal care (dressing, bathing, grooming, toileting) to bedtime routines, from handling community-based activities to grocery shopping, from sensory differences to challenges at school… Michelle is here to provide solutions for every day challenges.
Whether your child has a diagnosis or is neurotypical but uniquely challenging, Michelle can assist you with managing your day with reduced stress and more fun.
You are encouraged to comment on what you read and share your experiences. Please let Michelle know if the information provided was helpful and if you were able to make a positive change.
Michelle’s hope is to be a resource to you so if you need further information or clarification, please ask. You can do this by leaving comments or emailing her directly.
Always remember to be the hero you are meant to be.