Elisabeth Rubin is a NC-based Occupational Therapist or OT. She currently works in early intervention with little ones referred to her through the organization she works in.
She began her autism training at Camp Royall (a summer and year round camp for individuals on the autism spectrum here in NC and a place neither of us can get enough of), worked at the TEACCH center in Chapel Hill, NC, and then pursued her Master's in OT at Colorado State.
We talk about her day to day professional life as an OT, working with kids in the home setting and with their families, as well as take a deep dive into some of the major skills or domains she commonly works on with families. Particularly self-regulation and coping skills, and how they are still ones to focus on across the lifespan and can prevent so many now adults from accessing the supports, employment, and community they need.
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