Mary Rose Soniregun, M.S., OTR/L, graduated Summa Cum Laude from an Accelerated Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy Program of Duquesne University and is a Maryland State-Licensed Occupational Therapist and is nationally certified by the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA). Mary Rose has experience in Outpatient, Inpatient, Home Health, and Aquatic settings. She has years of experience evaluating and treating adults and children with developmental, neurological, visual, sensory processing, physical, and functional needs. She has extensive experience with sensory processing, visual, and developmental deficits in diagnosis including sensory processing disorder, genetic disorders, and visual impairments. Other modalities include vestibular processing, ataxia, fine motor, sensory motor, visual-perceptual, ocular motor disorders, sound-based listening interventions, self-regulation programs, and executive functioning programs. Mary loves believing a combination of top-down and bottom-up approaches are a powerful combination to achieve goals.
Mary Rose strives to craft creative person-and-family-first oriented treatment plans to give patients the best tools to be successful in making lasting change. She is consistently engaging in further certifications and self education to learn about innovative treatment approaches that will help her patients. Mary Rose believes caregivers and extended family members are all integral parts of the therapy process and ensures that these individuals are appropriately educated so that they can be empowered to affect positive change toward their child’s progress. She is certified in specialized treatment techniques including Therapeutic Listening, The Astronaut Protocol, and Interactive Metronome.