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A New Way To Provide Services

The OT Colorado Collective is an innovative approach to providing occupational therapy services. We are a collection of qualified OTs, each of whom brings a different background and unique therapeutic process to their practice. Our OTs are hand-picked to join the collective based on their ability to combine different disciplines into their treatment sessions.

We serve children with neurobiological disorders as well as children diagnosed with syndromes and chromosomal abnormalities. We strive to change the processing in the brain from the brainstem through the cortex using specific techniques that improve the number and type of neurochemicals as well as the efficiency of the neural pathways. We start by addressing the processing at the lower brainstem, then the upper brainstem, then the midbrain, and then the cortex.


Our Team

Natalie McKechnie, OTR Occupational Piano, LLC

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Occupational Piano

Occupational Piano uses the piano and music as a means to develop functional skills, such as self-regulation, timing and coordination, posture development, eye tracking, breath control, and finger independence.

The practice focuses on clients with the following difficulties: body awareness, coordination, self-regulation, anxiety, weak core, retained primitive reflexes, visual motor skills, and breath control.

Diagnoses include: Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, Sensory Processing Disorder, Generalized Anxiety, unspecified lack of coordination, Apraxia, and Down Syndrome.

Lotus Occupational Therapy And Yoga

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Lotus Occupational Therapy And Yoga

Lotus Occupational Therapy and Yoga uses therapeutic yoga and functional activities to supplement skill development, which includes improving self-regulation, body awareness, motor planning, coordination, creativity, breathing, strength, sensory regulation, and confidence.

Diagnoses include: ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Anxiety, Sensory Processing Disorder, Cerebral Palsy, Microcephaly, Fragile X, Trauma, Muscular Dystrophy, Emotional and Behavioral difficulties.