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Taylor Blenden M.O.T., OTR/L
Lead Occupational Therapist
Taylor is the Occupational Therapist here at Talk About Therapy. She is credentialed by the National Board of Occupational Therapy. Taylor received her Bachelor’s degree from James Madison University in Health Sciences. She also received her Master’s degree from James Madison University in Occupational Therapy.
Favorite Color: Yellow
Favorite Disney movie: The Little Mermaid
Favorite book: Harry Potter
Favorite Food: Pasta
Taylor has experience in the outpatient setting with both children and adults. Taylor has worked with children of varying ages from 2-18 with ASD, Down syndrome, and varying developmental delays addressing primarily emotional regulation, handwriting, sensory processing, and motor and processing skills for increased participation and function in occupational performance.
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Speech delays, also known as alalia, refer to a delay in the development or use of speech mechanisms by young children. Speech delays can manifest in a child’s expression of language, a child’s understanding of language, or a child’s pronunciation of language.