Transforming Learning with Occupational Therapy Strategies
Anyelin Orellanes - Speaker Series April 2024
Anyelin Orellanes, MS, OTR/L
Licensed Occupational Therapist
Founder of The Nest Family Center
Join us for an insightful discussion on how Occupational Therapy can profoundly impact children with mild learning differences, addressing underlying motor problems, attentional challenges, and visual perceptual deficits that affect academic performance. Discover how Occupational Therapy establishes effective routines, breaks down information into manageable steps, and optimizes engagement both at school and home, while teaching essential physical and mental preparation techniques. Gain valuable strategies on time management, visual cues, handwriting skills, and more to support your child's academic success. Don't miss this opportunity to transform your child's learning journey with Occupational Therapy—register now to secure your spot!

Meet Our Speaker

Arianny Orellanes, also known as Miss Angie, is a seasoned occupational therapist with over a decade of experience, graduating from Columbia University. Throughout her career, she has demonstrated a deep commitment to enhancing the quality of life for those in need. With a profound impact on the lives of individuals and families worldwide, she brings a unique perspective enriched by diverse cultural encounters. Her global experiences, spanning 56 countries, have broadened her understanding and reinforced her belief in the transformative power of compassion and empathy.

Recognized as a trailblazer in the field, Ms. Angie's innovative approaches and unwavering dedication have set new standards for excellence and patient care. Beyond professional achievements, she is known for her genuine passion for helping others, striving to empower individuals to lead fulfilling lives. With a commitment to advocacy and innovation, Ms. Angie continues to push boundaries, foster innovation, and create positive change, both locally and globally.

“Persistence turns obstacles into stepping stones and dreams into achievements."

- Anyelin Orellanes, MS, OTR/L