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Occupational Therapists Role in Every Day Tasks with Mackenzie Patterson

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Mackenzie is a 2013 Michigan State University kinesiology graduate and received her Master of Science degree in Occupational Therapy from Western Michigan University in 2015. Since working at Origami Brain Injury Rehabilitation Center, she has received training and presented on topics within the community, including: serial casting techniques, AARP CarFit, vision therapy, cognitive perceptual motor retraining, and pre-driving rehabilitation services. Mackenzie currently works as an occupational therapist specializing in functional and community OT as well as some vision therapy and upper extremity modalities. 

Origami Brain Injury Rehabilitation Center is a non-profit organization located in Lansing, Michigan. Origami provides comprehensive rehabilitation care for survivors of brain injuries and their families. Through their compassionate and innovative service, Origami creates opportunities and transforms lives.