Ph.D, OTR/L, ATP
enTech Program Director
Josh is currently assistant professor in Spalding University’s Auerbach School of Occupational Therapy. He came to Spalding after working for 12 years in Jefferson County Public Schools as both a special education teacher in a low-incidence classroom and as an occupational therapist where he utilized assistive technology as a part of his practice. He holds a bachelor of science in occupational therapy from Spalding University, a master of education concentrating in moderate to severe disabilities from the University of Louisville and a doctor of philosophy in curriculum and instruction concentrating in autism. Josh also completed a Rank I certification in assistive technology as a part of his doctorate coursework, and in March 2014, he took the RESNA examination leading to credentialing as an assistive technology professional. He also works some at the Home of the Innocents with technology-dependent children in the Kosair Charities Pediatric Convalescent Center.
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Alison is a 2003 graduate of the communication disorders program at the University of Louisville. She has provided assistive technology assessment, intervention and education/training for individuals of all ages. She has expertise in development of augmentative/alternative communication systems and has had formal training in the delivery of the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS). Alison has expertise working with individuals with various diagnosis including medically fragile, mental retardation and global developmental delay. Alison also has interest in working with individuals with feeding and swallowing difficulties. She currently has privileges to provide services in several local hospitals to perform swallow studies. Alison brings expertise to the enTECH team to enhance the assistive technology services that are provided. Alison is also available for direct service and speech therapy services.
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Scott received a Master of Science degree from the Auerbach School of Occupational Therapy in 2010. Scott joined the enTECH team in July 2010 and plays a vital role in professional rehabilitation service provision. Scott holds licenses in both Kentucky and Indiana, servicing clients throughout the Kentuckiana region. He is a qualified First Steps provider and has continuing education in assistive technology and graduate courses in business and communication. Scott’s actions create a diverse working environment that provides consultation and direct service delivery in numerous environments. He provides occupational therapy and assistive technology consultation, assessment and intervention strategies for individuals of all ages.
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