Before becoming an OT, Megan worked in administration at Boston Children’s Hospital but knew she wanted to work more closely with kids and families. When her brother suggested she observe an OT session at his pediatric setting, Megan instantly fell in love with OT. Megan attended Salem State University and achieved a Master of Science degree in Occupational Therapy. During her pediatric rotation, she discovered the complexities and challenges of sensory processing and its effects on child development. Prior to NAPA, Megan worked in a variety of settings including EI and sensory clinics where she gained experience with a wide-ranging spectrum of clients. She loves to come up with creative treatment ideas and incorporate play into building functional skills. Outside of the clinic, Megan enjoys getting outdoors, paddling, building mental and physical strength through yoga and barre, and playing with her two rescue dogs, Ruby and Annie.