Quiana Long

Type of therapist: Occupational Therapy

Location: Middlesex

Skills

Reflex integration Developmental delay Sensory processing Sensory modulation Sensory discrimination Balance and coordination Postural control Gross motor skills Praxis Bilateral integration and sequencing Fine motor skills Eye-hand coordination Attention Emotional regulation Handwriting Self care Working memory Organisational skills Visual perceptual skills

Qualifications

  • Education 2003-2007 Spalding University Louisville, KY
  • • M.S., Master of Science in Occupational Therapy; Graduated Cum Laude
  • • B.S., Bachelor of Science in Health Science
  • • Level II Fieldworks: Home of the Innocents Pediatric Convalescent Center &
  • Gateway Rehab Center
  • * Trained in the use of Therapeutic Listening
  • * Trained in the use of Interactive Metronome
  • * Trained in the use of and creating sensory diets
  • * Trained in the use of Handwriting Without Tears

CV

  • Quiana D. Long, MS, OTR, HCPC registered
  • Objective To enhance my career and explore the various aspects of my profession in order to demonstrate leadership, competence, and passion as a dynamic occupational therapist and entrepreneur.
  • Experience 8/2019-Present The Owl Centre Cheltenham, UK
  • Occupational Therapist (HCPC Registered)
  • • Provides occupational therapy services to children in the home and school setting.
  • • Provides face to face and online/teletherapy services.
  • • Performs assessments, consultations, and treatment.
  • • Liaises with other professions for optimal outcomes.
  • • Various diagnoses served.
  • 1/2019-6/2019 Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School Ruislip, UK
  • Therapy Lead (staffed as a teacher’s assistant while HCPC application pending)
  • • Provided occupational therapy and speech and language services per EHCP targets & IEPs.
  • • Provided classroom coverage when needed.
  • • Actively participated in parent meetings and staff meetings/planning.
  • • Managed and led group and individual sessions as well as consults/observations.
  • • Worked closely with special education staff, teachers, therapists, and parents.
  • • Implemented new processes (e.g. documentation system) for improved staff communication.
  • • Diagnoses served: Autism, Downs Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, CAPD, etc.
  • 2/2015-Present Conaboy & Associates, Inc. Washington, DC, USA
  • Licensed Occupational Therapist (OTR/L)
  • • Collaboratively worked with other skilled practitioners, parents, and professionals.
  • • Utilized the Developmental and Sensory Integration frames of references/models.
  • • Completed evaluations, consults, treatments, and therapy plans for children of all ages.
  • • Worked in natural environments, clinic/office and schools; individual and group sessions.
  • • Lead therapist for a public charter school throughout the Washington, DC region.
  • • Provided/led professional development/information presentations.
  • • Diagnoses served: Autism, Downs Syndrome, SI disorder, Cerebral Palsy, CAPD, etc.
  • 5/2014-8/2016 The Treatment and Learning Centers Rockville, MD, USA
  • Licensed Occupational Therapist (OTR/L)
  • • Performed/completed evaluations, treatments, and treatment plans in an outpatient and school setting.
  • • Worked collaboratively with other skilled occupational therapists, parents, and professionals (teachers, psychologists, tutors, community support workers, etc.).
  • • Participated in and facilitated groups (i.e. Core Strength Camp, social skills group, etc.)
  • • Employee of the Month award/recognition
  • • Utilized the Developmental, Sensory Integration, and Rehabilitative models; some vocational rehab
  • 2013-2014 Critical Connection Rockville, MD, USA
  • Licensed Occupational Therapist (OTR/L)
  • • Contract/traveling therapist who completed a 13-week home health assignment in Northern Virginia as well as sporadic PRN assignments at skilled nursing facilities.
  • • Licensed in Virginia and Maryland
  • 2009-2014 Partner’s in Communication Louisville, KY, USA
  • Licensed Occupational Therapist (OTR/L)
  • • Independent, locally traveling therapist who served adults & children with disabilities in home and adult day care/program settings.
  • • Collaboratively participated in plan of care meetings and caregiver education.
  • 2007-2014 Children’s Therapy Center, PSC Louisville, KY, USA
  • Licensed Occupational Therapist (OTR/L)
  • • Senior therapist who mentored new hires/graduates and performed/completed evaluations, treatments, and treatment plans.
  • • Worked collaboratively with other skilled occupational therapists, parents, and professionals.
  • • Utilized the Developmental, Sensory Integration, and Rehabilitative Models.
  • 2007-2014 University of Louisville Hospital Louisville, KY, USA
  • Licensed Occupational Therapist (OTR/L)
  • • As needed therapist that executed evaluations, re-evaluations, and treatments.
  • • Encountered an array of medical diagnoses & conditions of various ages and cultures.
  • • Worked on oncology, trauma, orthopedic, mental health, neurology, general medicine, & intensive care units.
  • • Worked closely with family and other practitioners/professionals (PT, ST, nurses, doctors).
  • 1999-2007 Kroger Louisville, KY
  • Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT)
  • • Customer service award/pennant.
  • • New pharmacy hire/employee trainer
  • • Performed higher-level technician duties (i.e. inventory, compounds, & research projects) as well as fill/log, count, package, and dispense medication.
  • Education 2003-2007 Spalding University Louisville, KY
  • • M.S., Master of Science in Occupational Therapy; Graduated Cum Laude
  • • B.S., Bachelor of Science in Health Science
  • • Level II Fieldworks: Home of the Innocents Pediatric Convalescent Center &
  • Gateway Rehab Center
  • 2002-2003 University of Louisville Louisville, KY, USA
  • • Completed some undergraduate studies under a full ride academic scholarship.
  • Profile:
  • A motivated, organized, energetic, flexible, creative, and personable professional, humanitarian, wife, mother, and friend. Trained in the use of Interactive Metronome, Therapeutic Listening, and Learning Without Tears (formerly Handwriting Without Tears). Enjoys volunteer opportunities (clothes drives, food banks, tutoring, mentoring, etc.), new learning, and contributing to change, progress, and improved quality of life. Is HCPC registered, a member of the Royal College of Occupational Therapists, and a member of the American Occupational Therapy Associatoin. Also a licensed Zumbini instructor, recently started a life blog, and loves planning/organizing.

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