Occupational Piano Final_for webWe are happily accepting new neurodiverse students


Occupational Piano uses piano and music as a means to develop functional skills. Occupational Piano is a part of The OT Collective, an elite group of individual therapists that combine their passions with therapy to address the whole child.


At Occupational Piano, we provide individualized therapy that addresses all aspects of every child. Although we started with only providing piano-based therapy, we have expanded to offer group classes and activities, piano-based therapy, and sensory-based therapy. To fit the needs of your child and family, we offer consultation plans as well as individualized and group therapy.

Occupational Piano clients develop and practice the following functional skills in sessions: timing, coordination, core strength, executive functioning, self-regulation, internal rhythm, expressive language, auditory processing, conversational skills, voice modulation, bilateral coordination, age-appropriate visual motor, fine motor, and gross motor skills, and musical interest.


The Founder: Piano Teacher & Occupational Therapist

Natalie McKechnie Mannherz, OTR

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  • Christine Armstonrg

    says on:
    January 20, 2016 at 4:53 pm

    Dear Natalie,

    I regret that I cannot attend your professionally comprehensive presentation at CU, Boulder (01.21.16).
    If you are interested in giving future date(s) in Lafayette at the Colorado Music Festival/Center for Musical Arts, I will sponsor you!!
    In the meantime, I have referred your page to a few potential contacts!

    Respectfully,
    Dr. Christine

    PS re: webpage …
    One edit suggestion in your last sentence … delete the extra conjunction “and” …

    My clients develop and practice the following functional skills in sessions: timing, coordination, core strength, executive functioning, self-regulation, internal rhythm, expressive language, auditory processing, conversational skills, voice modulation, bilateral coordination, age appropriate visual motor, fine motor, and gross motor skills, and and musical interest.

    • Natalie Mannherz

      says on:
      June 27, 2016 at 10:44 pm

      Hi Dr. Christine, Thank you for your message. I am so so sorry I did not see this before. I am a bit new to web development and did not realize that people were able to post comments! I would love to give a talk at the Colorado Music Festival/Center for Musical Arts if that is still available. If you respond with an email to [email protected], I will be sure to see it immediately!

      Thanks,

      Natalie

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