Amanda Black

MOT, OTR/L (Masters of Occupational Therapy)

Education: Amanda graduated with a Masters of Occupational Therapy from Eastern Washington University in Spokane, Washington in 2011. She also has a Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science.

Specialty Training: Acute Care Occupational Therapist within the hospital setting, including evaluating and applying intervention strategies for patients following surgery and/or acute hospitalization to assist with regaining functional self-care skills and returning to their prior level of function. Specialized pediatric interventions include: fine/gross motor development, sensory processing techniques, behavioral intervention, and caregiver training. Within the adult setting.

Experience: As an outpatient therapist, Amanda evaluates and treats both the pediatric and adult populations. Amanda has experience with neuromuscular impairment, cognitive training, orthopedic issues, and positioning/wheelchair evaluations. Amanda also has experience in both the Home Health and Skilled Nursing Facility/Transitional Care Unit settings.

Organization and Affiliations: Amanda is currently accredited by the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT).

Amanda joined Bonner General Health in 2013.