Laura Beth MeyerOTR/L
Laura graduated from the University of Tulsa with a bachelor's in exercise and sports science in 2008. She then obtained her masters degree in Occupational Therapy from the Medical University of South Carolina in 2012.
She has specialized training in KT taping. She has a special interest in children with sensory processing disorders, attention deficit disorders, autism, down syndrome, cerebral palsy, and fine/gross motor delays.
She has experience working in level 2 trauma acute care centers, outpatient pediatric clinics, level 2 trauma ICU, and ortho/neuro/general medical acute care.
She has specialized training in Therapeutic Listening, Discrete Trial Training (ABA), Sensory Integration, SOS/Toomey approach for feeding therapy, the Get Permission Approach for feeding, Handwriting Without Tears, and PECS.
Laura has a special interest in treating children with feeding/eating difficulties, autism, developmental delays, behavioral challenges, handwriting, and social skills deficits.
Laura has experience in the public school setting, outpatient hospital setting, private schools, SoonerStart/Early Intervention, home and community settings, and alongside a developmental pediatrician. In addition, Laura is the owner of the Great Changes Resource Center in OKC where occupational and speech therapy are provided.