About Me

I’m Jacqueline Wynter

My journey into the field of Occupational Therapy began during my freshman year of college when I volunteered at a local hospital. Witnessing the incredible work of the OTs I encountered, I was struck by the unique and meaningful nature of their profession. Despite the challenges of OT school, I persevered and successfully completed my education. My initial foray into the field led me to my first job at a local hospital, where I primarily worked with adults and seniors.

As my career evolved, I transitioned into the school system, where I have now dedicated over two decades. Within this setting, I’ve had the privilege of assisting a diverse range of students, supporting them in accessing their educational environments and curriculum. Along this journey, I developed a deep appreciation for assistive technology and its transformative role in enhancing students’ independence and overall functioning.

Additionally, I’ve taken pleasure in crafting resources to nurture fine motor skills and development among my students. Collaboration with my fellow team members remains a core element of my work, as it allows us to collectively provide the best support for our students.

Outside of my professional life, I treasure moments spent with my family and my canine companion.

“I’m particularly enthusiastic about assistive technology and its role in helping students navigate their educational journey and achieve their goals.”

education & training

I am a licensed occupational therapist. I earned my Masters and Doctorate in Occupational Therapy from A.T.  Still University in Mesa, Arizona. My Bachelors degree in Occupational Therapy is from Utica College in Utica, NY. I also have a Certificate in Assistive Technology from California State University, Northridge. I have written white papers for The Southeast ADA Center, created an online OT course for CEU Fast, and have written and created fine-motor activity books for children.

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