Susan Orloff, OTR/L is the author of the recently published book, “Learning Re-enabled: a guide for parents, teachers and therapists”. She is the owner of Children’s Special Services, LLC, a provider of comprehensive therapy services for children aged 3-15.
Orloff graduated from the University of Maryland with a B.S. in special education. She continued graduate studies in occupational therapy at the University of Pennsylvania and has been an occupational therapist for more than 30 years. During that time she has helped develop many programs for children who learn differently.
She participated in the early standardization of Ayres Southern California Sensory Integration Tests, a nationally used test for discerning sensory issues with children.
Her awards include “Outstanding Educator Award” from the South Carolina Occupational Therapy Association in 1981, and “Therapist of the Year” from Advanced Rehabilitation Services, Inc. in 1994 Georgia Woman of Distinction 2004, Georgia OT of the Year 2006, Barbara Grant Merit Award 2008, and Exceptional Parent Magazine’s Models of Excellence in the Education Profession Award 2009.
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