Amy Fatula, M.Ed., COTA/L, ATP joined Penn State DuBois as a lab instructor in the Fall of 2007 for the group dynamics and adaptive techniques courses. Upon completion of her masters degree in adult education in 2010, she became an adjunct instructor for the group dynamics and clinical documentation courses. In 2012 she became the Academic Fieldwork Coordinator and instructor.
Amy is a 1995 graduate of Penn State University Park with a Bachelors of Science degree in Biology as well as a 1999 graduate of Penn State DuBois with an Associates of Science degree in Occupational Therapy. In 2007 Amy earned her Assistive Technology certification through the Rehabilitation Society of North America. In 2010 Amy completed her Masters Degree in Adult Education from Colorado State University.
Amy was employed at DuBois Regional Medical Center from 2000 to 2012. She coordinated the Occupational Therapy Wheelchair Clinic as well as treated clients in the rehabilitation, acute, out-patient and home health settings.
She was a co-investigator on a research project sponsored by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research investigating the effectiveness of telerehabilitation. Amy is a member of the American and Pennsylvania Occupational Therapy Associations as well as a board member of the Penn State DuBois Alumni Society.
Amy Fatula, M.Ed., COTA/L, ATP
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