Join Frank Long, Editorial Director of Rehab Management and Physical Therapy Products, as he speaks with Jessica McMurdie OTR/L, Owner/Consultant of Stepping Stones Occupational Therapy, a private occupational therapy practice with clinic based and school-based locations throughout the Bellevue, Wash, area.
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McMurdie has worked exclusively as a pediatric occupational therapist for more than a decade. She graduated from the Occupational Therapy Program at the University of Washington in 2000 and earned a dual degree in Spanish in 1998. Her professional experience includes working in a wide variety of settings: Seattle Children’s Hospital on the traumatic brain injury and spinal cord rehabilitation unit, the Kindering Center birth to three neuro-developmental center, elementary schools and outpatient clinic settings.
The United States, Mexico, Guatemala and the Russian Far East are all locales where McMurdie has practiced. She was a keynote speaker at the Khabarovsk, Vladivostock & Seattle Partners Conference in Khabarovsk, Russia in 2005. McMurdie presented information about occupational therapy in the United States and pediatric treatment strategies. Locally, she has been a presenter at the Department of Services for the Blind Preschool Conference (2006), the Infant and Early Childhood Conference (2007), and a guest lecturer at the University of Puget Sound Master’s OT Program (2009). McMurdie is also an “Advanced Mentored Clinician in Sensory Processing Disorder” with recent training at the SPD Foundation in Denver, Colo.