Kasey uses neuro-affirming therapy, recognising the uniqueness and abilities of neuro-diverse children, teenagers, and adults. She is committed to collaborating with her clients and their advocates to help them acquire the skills, tools, and strategies necessary to fully participate in all aspects of their lives, whether at home, work, school, or play. Kasey has experience working with clients who have autism, ADHD, dyspraxia, dysgraphia, dyslexia and developmental delays.
Kasey employs a multimodal therapy approach that is tailored to her clients’ needs and interests. She has worked with a number of different intervention approaches, including DIR Floortime, relationship-based self-regulation and developmental play, sensory integration and sensory coaching, and sensory-motor intervention. To help her clients be more active in their daily lives, Kasey employs functional intervention strategies like executive functioning training, self-care training, and environmental and task analysis. Kasey believes in the transformative power of education and regularly hosts parent workshops as well as professional development training for employees. She also creates infographics about neurodiversity and occupational therapy in order to make healthcare information more accessible to the public.