email: emlicavoli@licavoli.us – phone: 989.429.3346

Professional Skills

Toy switch workshop
Adaptive equipment fabrication
Splinting workshop
Fieldwork experience (see education)
Assessments that I am familiar with:
Pediatric:

  1. Developmental Test of Visual Perception: Second Edition (DTVP-2)
  2. Sensory Profile
  3. First Step
  4. Bayley Infant Neurodevelopmental Screener
  5. Quick Neurological Screening Test-2nd Revised Edition (QNST-II)

Adult:

  1. Purdue pegboard
  2. Canadian Occupational Performance Measure
  3. Fugl-Meyer
  4. Motor Function Assessment
  5. Mini Mental State
  6. Zung Self-Rating Depression Scale
  7. Bay Area Functional Performance Evaluation – 2nd Edition (BAFPE)

Professional Presentations
Miota Conference October 2007
Research Symposiums May 2007 and May 2013
St. Mary’s Grand Rounds-Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy Research
Transfer Workshops
Gladwin Outpatient Center-Background of Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy
Healthsource is Saginaw: Program Development for Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy
Professional Publications
Video on how to do an interview across the lifespan
Leadership and Teamwork
Saginaw Valley State University MiOTA representative 2006-2007
Saginaw Valley State University Occupational Therapy conference
Banners chair: 2006
Greeters chair: 2007
Service
1) Jump Start Your Health: April 2007 and April 2013
2) Volunteer at Saginaw Tendercare: January 2005-April 2005
3) Volunteer at St. Mary’s of Saginaw Neurological ICU: January 2006 to April 2006
4) Adopt a Family: December 2006
5) Commission on aging Low Impact Exercise Group: June 2006 through December 2006.
6) Hand Messages at SVSU: Fall 2006 and 2007
7) Wheelchair basketball
8) Wheelchair soccer
9) Relay for Life
10) Elderly Activity Project.
11) Transfer workshop for the nursing students
12) Sanilac County Special Olympics
13) Children’s Activity Leader at church
14) Trick or Treating at a Local Elderly Home
15) Health Fair at Bethlehem School in Midland
16) Carrolton Middle School HOSTS (Helping One Student to Succeed) Program