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Edelina - COTA® (OTA Only)
“I will help you develop critical thinking to focus on key concepts and to dissect questions efficiently. I will provide you the tools and strategies to understand complex concepts easier and customize a study format specific to your needs.”
Specialization: Physical disabilities, Adult geriatrics, Neuro, Hands, and Child Development
Works with: OTA’s Only
Teaching style: Slow-to-moderate depending on your needs. It is socratic, methodical, and aimed at stimulating critical thinking.
Work Experience: I have experience in in-patient, out-patient/hand therapy, skilled nursing, and home health. I also have a BA in Education and have tutored students in anatomy and physiology.
Available: Weekday and Weekend mornings (PST)
As a seasoned OT tutor and proud mother of a COTA®, I am well versed in all aspects of tackling your final exam! Working in pediatrics for most of my career, and guest lecturing in two local university programs, I understand content and learning strengths and differences. Using logic and clinical reasoning to analyze questions are key areas we can develop together.
Specialization: Pediatrics across inpatient, outpatient, home health settings, schools, past SI clinic owner. Current Rehab hospital setting, on a feeding team.
Teaching style: Student centered emphasizing analysis, clinical reasoning and ability to teach back, a proven method of retaining critical information.
Available: Friday afternoons, weekends
Jessica C- OTR®/L (OT and OTA)
I have 17 years of experience as a COTA and OTR/L. I have helped many students to date pass the NBCOT® Exam by specializing in creating individualized study plans that emphasize question dissection technique and decreasing test-taking anxiety. I have developed an array of supplemental study guides for difficult topics to aide in mastering content and preparation strategies which have proven beneficial for first time test-takers as well as experienced test-takers. All of my study guides and examination taking strategies that are adaptable to all learning styles making my sessions interactive, informative and insightful to ensure success both in content mastery as well as identifying and understanding larger themes to prepare students to critically analyze and respond to new and challenging scenarios.
Specialization: Adult acute care, sub acute rehab and out patient therapy practices.
Teaching style: My sessions are fast paced and comprehensive but are guided by individual needs based on areas of study and preparation. Identifying opportunities for improvement is crucial for study success.
Available: Weekday mornings and evenings Monday-Friday.
De An COTA® (OTA only)
I have been an OT for 25 years and have worked in almost every setting. I have also worked in education for both MOT and OTA students, which included NBCOT® exam prep and tutoring. I will help you break down and decode questions to identify key words and distractor words, as well as developing your clinical reasoning skills. One of the greatest keys to successful exam strategies is correctly identifying those key words. My passion is education for the profession I love and I get great satisfaction in being able to help students become therapists and assistants!
Specialization: Adult rehab (orthopedics & neuro), Geriatrics, cognition, splinting, geriatrics, low vision, adaptation, and the psychosocial aspect of OT.
Pace: Slow to moderate
Teaching style: Slow to moderate, but completely depends on individual needs of the student.
Available: Evenings, all day Saturdays and Sundays
Katelyn (OTR®’s & COTA®s)
I passed with a 464 on my third attempt. I have a great deal of experience on how to dissect questions, properly prepare for the exam and how to create strategies for the most positive outcome with confidence. My personal journey with the NBCOT® has taught me specific areas of focus in order to properly prepare for the NBCOT®.
Teaching style: slow, use of acronyms, use of visuals and use of organized methods to create a
hands on experience.
Available: Weekday evenings and Sunday evenings (EST)
Dr. Kate, OTR®/L (OTs & OTAs)
"With several years of experience writing questions for the NBCOT® exam and teaching occupational therapy, I"ll help you improve your weak areas, enhance your clinical reasoning and ensure you're comfortable with key topics. Hundreds of my students passed the exam; and so will you."
Specialization: Teach and tutor introductory occupational therapy across the lifespan, pediatrics, geriatrics, and wellness.
Teaching style: student-centered, encouraging and confidence-building, with focus on improving clinical reasoning skills.
Available: Weekday and Sunday mornings and afternoons, occasional evenings (PST)
Siona-COTA® (OTA Only)
Not only did I get a 530 on my first try, but I also have a deep understanding on how influential therapists are in the lives of their patients, because I am a trauma survivor myself. This correlates to my deep desire to empower you with the confidence, skills, and knowledge so that you can be a competen, licensed therapist.
Specialization: Phys disabilities and, OT theory (models, frames of reference)
Teaching Style: slow, methodical, motivating, and articulate