Holly St. Onge, MS OTR/L
Telehealth Practice in Pediatrics: Tips and Tools for this Emerging Practice Area
Learn strategies for setting yourself and your families up for successful telehealth practice
Become more comfortable with technology and more confident coaching e-helpers
Discuss intervention ideas with limited resources and using a range of devices
Discuss resources to help support your telehealth practice
Holly St. Onge, MS OTR/L is a graduate of the University of New England. She has been a pediatric OT since 2008 and has worked at Pediatric Development Center since 2013. Holly has training in Masgutova Neurosensorimotor Reflex Integration, Therapeutic Listening, Handwriting Without Tears, Zones of Regulation, Sensory Processing Disorders, kinesiotaping, constraint-induced movement therapy, craniosacral therapy, and more. She has experience providing occupational therapy to children with a range of diagnoses including: sensory processing difficulties, Cerebral Palsy, Autism, learning disabilities, Down syndrome, ADHD, apraxia, neuromuscular disorders, vestibular dysfunction, juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, vision impairments, communication disorders, juvenile diabetes, epilepsy and seizure disorders, genetic conditions, rare diseases, and social-emotional challenges. Holly has taught workshops in the Portland area for preschool and daycare providers, Head Start providers, teachers, therapeutic riding instructors, Child Development Services, occupational therapists, case managers, etc. and has presented at MEOTA and AOTA conferences.