Hannah Olsen is an Occupational Therapist. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Spanish from Aquinas College, and her Masters of Occupational Therapy from Grand Valley State University in 2013.
Hannah has clinical experience working in pediatrics both in the school and inpatient rehabilitation settings, as well as in general acute and subacute rehabilitation. She has worked with a wide range of pediatric ages and diagnoses, including Autism Spectrum Disorder, Sensory Processing Disorder, Down Syndrome, ADHD, neuromuscular disorders, developmental delays, cognitive delays, fine and gross motor delays, traumatic brain injury, and spinal cord injury. Hannah has been trained in Handwriting Without Tears, Social Thinking, motor learning theory, and assistive technology.
Hannah is passionate about working with the pediatric population, collaborating with families and schools to ensure a child’s success in all aspects of life. She is excited to continue her education in the areas of feeding disorders, Greenspan’s DIR/Floortime Method, sensory processing, and neurodevelopmental treatments. She is licensed by the state of Michigan and is certified through the National Board of Occupational Therapy.
Hannah currently resides in Grand Rapids with her husband, Jeff, their young daughter, Claire, and their dog, Leo. She enjoys traveling, cooking and baking, and anything outdoors.