Hello! I’m Miss Brittany Inselman, the founder of OT 2 U.
If you are on this page then your child has either been diagnosed with a condition or you are wondering and worrying “is there something wrong with my child”.
Here is the good news. Whatever you are facing you will have a skilled Occupational Therapist to help you navigate the appropriate life choices that you will be making for your child and the entire family.
We have helped many patients and their families successfully navigate these scary, overwhelming, and unpredictable waters.
Brittany also uses Handwriting without Tears methodology. This breakthrough-protocol benefits the patient by affectively teaching pre-writing, letter formation, and handwriting techniques through a multi-sensory medium to ensure that your child excels in school from Pre-K to 12th Grade. The parent’s and teachers are amazed at how quickly the students go from being unable to hold a pencil, to being able to hold their writing utensil correctly and form their letters, numbers, and write utilizing specific strategies introduced by Miss Brittany.
Learning is a life-long skill. Realizing that success in school begins with organization, and assimilation of data, Brittany has developed proprietary methods in the area of scholastic tutoring that enables her patients to excel in school better, easier and farther than the family or their teachers had ever expected. Many of our students state, “If it weren’t for you, I never would have gone to college.”
In addition, Miss Brittany worked as a preschool teacher while obtaining her bachelor’s degree. Working with children is a lifelong passion and she feels blessed she is able to continue her journey helping children today in all aspects of their daily lives. She has gained extensive experience in the evaluation and treatment of a variety of deficits and disorders affecting the pediatric population. She completed practicum work at Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital and school settings, in which Miss Brittany was trained in the evaluation and treatment of children with varying diagnoses, displaying characteristics of the following: