Carrie Lippincott, OTR/L

Carrie Lippincott has been practicing occupational therapy for more  than 20 years. Carrie's experience includes working with children with the diagnoses of Autism Spectrum Disorders, Learning Disabilities, Sensory Processing Dysfunction, Attention Deficit Disorder, Developmental Delays, Down's Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Spinal Bifida, Traumatic Head Injuries. Having worked in both the private clinical and school environments, she is adept at providing consultation, assessment and interventions services for both of these settings. 

 Carrie's work has been published in "Developmental Foundations of Pediatric Practice for the OT Assistant.:" by Slack Publishing

Carrie is proficient in the application of a wide range of modalities and interventions within the field of occupational therapy including: 

  • Sensory Defensiveness 
    • Sensory Diets for Home and/or School
    • Wilbarger Therapressure Brushing & Oral Defensiveness Protocols 
  • Sensory Processing Testing and treatment
  • Vestibular-Visual Assessment and Treatment
    • Kawar Vestibular/Visual Protocol
  • MORE: Integrating the mouth with sensory-postural function
  • Therapeutic Listening program
  • Alert Program - a program for learning self-regulation 
  • The Ready Approach for Treatment of Sensory Processing Disorders
  • Fine & Gross Motor Screening 
  • Individualized Handwriting Programs 
  • Fine Motor Home Programs 
  • Strengthening Programs 
  • Consultations to parents, school staff, or other caregivers 
  • IEP Consultations
  • Preschool Consultations 
Memberships and Certifications
  • American Occupational Therapy Association
  • Occupational Therapy Association of Oregon
  • The Interdisciplinary Council on Developmental and Learning Disorders
  • Licensed in Oregon State, License Number 00006980
  • Certified in administering the Sensory Integration and Praxis (SIPT) Test,  Certificate Number 1955
  • Certificate of Basic Mastery on the Basic Course on the DIR®/Floortime™ Model
See Carrie's Continuing Education Courses

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