Alma Liotta, OTR, BCP, c/SIPT, c/NDT
Occupational Therapist - Advanced Clinical Specialist
AOTA Board Certification in Pediatrics
Certified in Neurodevelopmental Technique
Certified in Sensory Integration and Praxis Test
Get to know Alma Liotta, OTR, BCP, c/SIPT, c/NDT
Alma believes every child has a purpose in life and it is driven to facilitate the growth of such gift. She believes a child’s environment is critical in maximizing potential, thus strives to empower caregivers to be active advocates in their own child’s development. Alma has 20+ years of experience in outpatient care and has served in the SOAR NICU follow-up clinic since 2017.
Alma has a Board Certification in Pediatrics. She also holds certifications in the Sensory Integration Praxis Test (a comprehensive program in sensory integration), pediatric kinesiotaping, and in pediatric neuro-developmental treatment. Alma has advanced training in a variety of feeding issues, with specialization in sensory based feeding disorders. Given the unique needs of the SOAR program, Alma has completed additional training in the SOFFI method (feeding), torticollis, premature infant development, and is a Small Baby Care Specialist.
Alma is a dual language Spanish provider and a special needs parent herself. Alma is heavily involved in the local special needs community and an advocate to families in a variety of areas such as school IEPs and transition to adulthood. Alma serves as the therapy department’s community resource guide.
Pre-term baby care, Feeding ages 0-18, Autism, Sensory Processing, Neurodevelopmental Training
Sensory processing in preterm infant; Transition to Adulthood
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