Lindsay began her relationship with STAR Institute in 2006 volunteering as an aide to the therapists where she furthered her passion and understanding of Sensory Processing Disorder. She pursued her Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science from the University of Puget Sound. Throughout her undergraduate program, she spent many hours volunteering and nannying children with multiple handicaps. After completing her undergraduate degree, she spent a year traveling the country and observing occupational therapists from Florida to Alaska and everywhere in between. She graduated from Tufts University with her Masters in Occupational Therapy, where her central emphasis was working with children. Prior to becoming a full time occupational therapist at the STAR Institute, Lindsay worked at a Boston area clinic that focuses on improving the functional lives of children through a sensory integration approach and using a therapeutic sound program. Lindsay has training and experience with the ALERT program and MORE: Integrating the Mouth with Sensory and Postural Functions.
Lindsay Fogerty, MS, OTR/L