Nina Metz has had a quick transition into the professional world after her graduation from the Speech-Language Pathology program at Salus University. Although only a year and a half out of graduate school she has found a fulfilling job in a school district where she is part of a strong community.
His job as a speech therapist is “pretty taxing,” so when Max Saeger, MS ‘19, gets home from work, he likes to relax by singing.
Admittedly, Nathalie Miller, MSOT ‘20, was “that horse kid.” From the age of 10, she was hanging around in the barn mucking stalls and cleaning water troughs just so she could get extra time with the horses and earn more riding time.
When Andrew Welsh, MSOT ‘20, OTR/L, was in high school, he had a friend with cerebral palsy who had big aspirations in life, but needed some assistance.
Her father is an occupational therapist (OT), so Allison Bicskei, MSOT ‘16, OTR/L, LSVT, had a front row seat for seeing how great of an impact OTs can have on someone’s life.