Occupational Therapy

School-based occupational therapy (O.T.) is a supportive service to help students benefit from special education services.  School-based occupational therapy is considered a related service to special education by federal law, therefore is not a single service available to students.  

In order to receive school-based occupational therapy, students must have a current individual education plan (IEP) and show a need for additional support to meet the goals set on the plan.  

School-based occupational therapists support students, in all stages of education from birth to age 21, in many different educational settings.  

Rebecca Armas
Rebecca Armas

Rebecca Armas is the Occupational Therapist at Keewaydin Campus.

email: Rebecca.Armas@mpls.k12.mn.us

Kaley Czech
Kaley Czech

Kaley Czech is the Occupational Therapist at Wenonah Campus

email: kaley.czech@mpls.k12.mn.us