Bobbi Hanna received her associate of science degree in occupational therapy in 1997. She has over twenty years of experience as a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant in private pediatric practices and school based therapy in San Diego. She works with a diverse population of clients through early childhood into young adulthood.
Bobbi has extensive continuing education in support of Autism, Developmental Delays, Neuro Developmental Approaches, Attention Deficit Disorders and Learning Disorders. She is certified in iLS (Integrated Listening System), Advanced certification in Therapeutic Listening, Interactive Metronome, RMT (Rhythmic Movement Training through Level III), Aroma Touch Technique, and SOS Approach to Feeding.
Bobbi’s passion lies in the area of sensory integration, mindful thinking, life skills development, creating playful therapeutic environments, developing meaningful group interactions and supporting the families she works with on a personal and community level.
Bobbi sits on the Clinical Advisory Board for the Autism Tree Project Foundation and is a volunteer Liaison for various ATPF programs. Bobbi is also a team member for the “Social Stories Spectrum Project” at the National History Museum in Balboa Park.
Bobbi has the privilege each summer to be an OT camp therapist at Camp Avanti, located in Avery, Wisconsin. This is a therapeutic camp for children set in a rustic environment that is led by occupational therapists from various countries including USA, Canada, England and Australia.
Her personal enjoyments include travel, beach combing and spending time with her family.