AOTA 2015 Conference Presentation

Dear Occupational Therapists that came to our presentation at the AOTA Conference in Nashville, April 18th, 2015. Janice and Linda, as promised have put the PowerPoint up on the website, see the links below to download. If you have any questions or comments please feel free to contact us…Have a wonderful day.

Presenting on Experience, by Linda Messbauer

Without the shared experience of the event, we cannot join in with the emotion of the memory. This is why there is compassion, sympathy and empathy The Enigma of Experience Why actively and dynamically working in a Multi-Sensory Environment with an individual and creating an essential positive experience is paramount to having success. Why you …

Sensory rooms help students with disabilities learn to control behavior, focus better

Linda has recently appeared in an article on NorthJersey.com, where she talks about a Multi-Sensory Environment in the Phoenix Center, a private school in Nutley. The room was designed to stimulate neglected physiology in disabled students. An Excerpt from the article: Linda Messbauer, an occupational therapist from Queens who designed and opened the first sensory …

A Special Room Fills Special Needs at Wayland-Cohocton

An article posted on the Livingston County News of Geneseo NY, about the debut of the new MSE for Wayland-Cohocton Central School. The article mentions Linda Messbauer, who served as chief consultant and designer of the Multi-Sensory Environment. A brief excerpt: “A significant step came when the Hughes’ learned about Linda Messbauer, a New York …