Accolades, Award or Notable Achievements
-Maryland State Department of Education Certification in Infants and Toddlers
-Certificate of Appreciation (each year in 2005-2008) from the Special Education Community Advisory Committee (SECAC) in Howard County, Maryland
-Led a Professional Development Series Workshop for teachers and Staff at an elementary school on Sensory Smart Solutions Within the Classroom
-Co-Presented at the Maryland Occupational Therapy Association’s 29th Annual Conference on the therapeutic uses of the Nintendo Wii in pediatric therapy sessions
-After 3 years practicing as an OT, became Director of Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy Services at the Learning and Therapy Corner
-“Pat on the Back Award” from the Autism Society of Baltimore
-Presented at various schools for administration, teachers, staff and parents on topics including Picky Eating, Typical Development vs. Atypical Development, Creating Effective Routines and Schedules for Children, Sensory Smart Solutions in the Home and Classroom Environments
-November 14, 2013: Featured in a news broadcast program and interviewed on the topic of Toddlers and Tablets
-“Doctors Raise Red Flag: Young Children Should Avoid Using Tablets” http://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2013/11/14/red-flag-doctors-warn-tablets-can-actually-hurt-a-toddlers-developing-body/
-Expected completion in 2017: USC Chan Sensory Integration Continuing Education (CE) Certificate Program
Going above and beyond and providing continued support on a daily basis to various families extends much further past the "9-5 job requirements".
Lindsay Marzoli graduated from Towson University in 2008 after completing her Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Occupational Therapy. She worked three years as a full-time school-based Occupational Therapist and provided services for children from birth to age 12. She worked specifically in programs designed for toddlers and preschoolers with multiple intense needs and with children in an academic life skills program. Lindsay’s areas of expertise and special interest include Autism Spectrum Disorders, Sensory Processing Disorders and Sensory Integration Dysfunction, Developmental Delays, Learning Disorders, ADHD/ADD, Cerebral Palsy, Down’s Syndrome, Angelman’s Syndrome, William’s Syndrome, cognitive impairments, prematurity, and other neurological and genetic conditions. She is trained in the administration of the “Handwriting Without Tears” program for Pre-K children and has attended workshops on “Brain Gym” and “The Alert Program: How Does Your Engine Run?” Lindsay is also passionate in working with children with feeding concerns related to picky eating and food/texture avoidances. She also received the Maryland State Department of Education Certification for Infants and Toddlers from ages birth to three and has experience with Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and behavior modification techniques. Lindsay was recognized all three years by the Special Education Community Advisory Committee (SECAC) receiving a Certificate of Appreciation from parent and family nominations for her dedication to the students and families she worked with. She assisted in the development of a presentation on the therapeutic uses of the Nintendo Wii in treatment sessions and co-presented on this topic at the Maryland Occupational Therapy Association’s 29th Annual Conference. Lindsay is truly passionate for helping children to perform and achieve at their optimal level of functioning, as well as working with families to foster independence and provide meaningful developmentally appropriate activities within their home environment. Lindsay is working towards completion of the USC Chan Sensory Integration Continuing Education (CE) Certificate Program, expected in Summer of 2017.