Julia attended Elizabethtown College in Pennsylvania where she received a BS in Occupational Therapy and later, a MS in Organizational Leadership from Southern New Hampshire University. She started her career working in in a large hospital where she treated ICU, orthopedic and joint center patients. She then spent two years at a Rehab facility and in 2006 she became a Home Health Occupational Therapist, evaluating and treating patients in their homes. For Julia, inspiration in her work comes from patients who persevere. Those who deal with pain and limitations with a positive attitude offer inspiration to others. She was born in Delaware. She enjoys New Hampshire she home-schools her three children, two girls and one boy. She loves to be with them…reading, baking and playing outside. She makes it a priority and feels fortunate to share quality time with her family. Additionally, she enjoys hiking and kayaking.
PBCH Team: Physical & Occupational Therapy