Per Diem Real-life Skills and Executive Function Coach
Amy Tashjian graduated with her master’s degree in Occupational Therapy from Salem State University. She is currently a Licensed Occupational Therapist in the states of Massachusetts and New Hampshire and has been practicing for three years. She has experience working with individuals addressing functional life skills in school, community, and rehab/hospital settings.
Amy has a wide range of clinical experience and has worked with individuals ranging from 6 to 95+ years-old. She has addressed motor, sensory, and executive functioning skills in the context of self-care tasks and life skills. She has worked with individuals with a diverse range of diagnoses, including Autism Spectrum Disorder, Developmental Delays, Intellectual Disability, mental health conditions, TBI, CVA, functional and cognitive decline, and neurodegenerative disorders. She believes in a client-centered, holistic approach to the occupational therapy services that she provides.
Amy loves meeting people and working alongside them to achieve their personalized goals. To her, one of the most meaningful aspects of working as an occupational therapist is addressing functional life skills that allow individuals to thrive in their home, school, and community environments.Return To Team Page