Danielle graduated from Chattahoochee Technical College and received her Associate of Applied Science and Occupational Therapy Assistant certification in 2018. She is currently in graduate school at Cabarrus College of Health Sciences completing her Master Degree in Occupational Therapy. As a mother of child with a rare syndrome, she understands the needs and concerns of special needs parents and is passionate about providing quality care while enhancing a child’s independence and functional skills. She has specialized training in The Astronaut Program, Integrated Listening Systems, Sensory Integration, Primitive Reflex Integration, and is certified in Interactive Metronome. She has worked in a variety of pediatric settings and has worked with children of all ages and conditions including: ASD, Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, neurological disorders and developmental delays. Danielle loves adventure and enjoys traveling and exploring new places in the United States with her husband and two children in their 40 foot RV.