Elizabeth, an avid singer, earned her degree in Physical Therapy from the Presidential Honors Scholar Program at the State University of New York at Buffalo. In addition to her responsibilities as PT Supervisor at Beyond Boundaries Therapy for Kids, she is an adjunct faculty member teaching pediatrics in the Physical Therapy Department at Daemen College. She is also a Consultant for the Hunter's Hope Foundation and is certified in Manual Structural Correction - Symptom Recovery Models. Elizabeth, a life-long learner, is passionate about adaptive equipment and believes every person should have access to appropriate adaptive equipment without accruing massive debt.
To that end, she has developed an equipment loan closet to recycle gently-used adaptive equipment. She has lectured extensively on transdisciplinary teaming and the equipment justification process and prides herself on writing strong justification letters. She has co-authored Clinical Practice Guidelines for the Leukodystrophy Care Network of Hunter's Hope. She has advanced training in Neurodevelopmental Treatment (NDT), Myofascial Release (MFR), Craniosacral Therapy (CST), Symptom Recovery Models (SRM), infant massage, pediatric orthotics and prosthetics, and torticollis management and has sub-specialized in treating the medically-complicated individual. Elizabeth believes in accessible playgrounds for all and inclusive service provision in the least restrictive environment. This former home-school mom has a total of six children, all of whom are now grownups. She sings every day and is privileged to know the words to over 100 different toddler tunes!