Dina Krupka

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Dina Krupka has been practicing pediatric occupational therapy for over six years. A graduate of Columbia University, she enjoys working with kids (ages 2-21) because they pick up things easily and by teaching them specific tasks and exercises, they can get back on track and she can really see a difference. She also spends time analyzing the components of the task and the skills a child needs to work on to fine tune each individuals needs. Dina works with a variety of diagnoses, and focuses on sensory processing, fine motor, NDT, wheelchairs and mobility and access, among others.

Dina’s continuing education includes: NDT/ Bobath Certificate Course in the treatment and management of individuals with Cerebral Palsy and other Neuromotor Disorders; Pediatric Seating and Mobility and Children in Power; Empowered! Assessment and Training Strategies for Powered Mobility for Children; Brain Gym 101; Vestibular Habilitation from the Core; Listening with the Whole Body: The Theraputic Listening Program; Neuro-Optometric Rehab and Developmental Vision; The Forearm, Wrist and Hand: A functional biomechanical approach for improving fine motor control; Neurokinesthetic Approach to Hand Function and Handwriting.

Dina lives in Livingston, NJ and when not treating clients she enjoys swimming, reading, biking and hiking.