Beth began her college career at Indiana University Bloomington and graduated in 2000 from Spalding University with a bachelor’s in occupational therapy.
She is a member of the Indiana Occupational Therapy Association and the American Occupational Therapy Association. She is certified with the National Board for Certification of Occupational Therapists, with a past specialty in orthopedic care.
Beth’s career has spanned all populations with a wide variety of diagnoses. She currently treats upper extremity trauma injuries, children with developmental delays and sensory integration disorders, individuals with neurological deficits, and inpatients attempting to regain their independence. Beth also enjoys providing custom wheelchair and adaptive equipment evaluations, allowing individuals to live more functionally within their home environment. Beth feels honored to be a small part of each patient’s recovery process and believes everyone has a life purpose to fulfill.
Outside work, Beth enjoys spending time on her family’s farm and is active in her local church. She also started a special needs dance class within her community to celebrate the abilities of all children. Beth and her husband have three children.