“I believe occupational therapy is a profession that requires compassion, sensitivity and understanding to better help improve the quality of life for all individuals. Becoming an occupational therapist is twofold: first, to provide innovative therapies to help promote quality of life and, second, to inspire and motivate my patients and parents to push through various situations.”
Elizabeth is an occupational therapist at Portage Health Rehabilitation, providing pediatric outpatient services and contracted services through the Copper Country Intermediate School District.
Elizabeth earned a Masters of Science in occupational therapy from Western Michigan University. She is an active member of the American Occupational Therapy Association. She has experience in inpatient rehabilitation, school system, and outpatient clinics specializing in children with sensory processing dysfunction.