Roni Casser received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Dance from Skidmore College in 1991 and her Masters of Science degree in Occupational Therapy at Tufts University in 1993. She has been a licensed and certified Occupational Therapist since 1993 and has always been a member in good standing with the (AOTA) American Occupational Therapy Association. Roni Casser's extensive years of professional experience include working in direct patient care, consultative, educational, and administrative positions in a wide range of venues including hospital (acute and outpatient), school, home and private practice settings. Roni Casser is certified in Interactive Metronome and is extensively trained in Sensory Processing Disorders, Neuro-developmental treatment for pediatrics, and Therapeutic Listening. She has been a guest lecturer in various educational settings on the following topics; incorporating sensory integration into the classroom and home environments, improving handwriting skills to reduce homework/class work stress (in children, parents and teachers), incorporating fine motor and functional hand skills programs into early intervention settings and strengthening the whole body to facilitate academic success.