Maureen Hack, OTR

Occupational Therapist

“I chose to be an occupational therapist because it is so versatile and makes a daily impact. I especially enjoy working with the pediatric population and their families because early intervention and treatment that improves school and home life is very rewarding and sets them up for future success.”

“I work with a lot of children with sensory processing and attention difficulties that are affecting their daily routines. I also have an interest in feeding therapy with an emphasis on the sensory components to feeding in children.  I also have worked with the birth to three population my entire career so am knowledgeable about all developmental stages.”

“I enjoy watching my four kids playing sports, hiking with my family, taking our dog to the dog park, cooking and baking, and cheering on Wisconsin sports teams.”

Education

  • UW Madison – Bachelor of Science: Occupational Therapy

Certifications

  • Therapeutic Listening
  • Wilbarger Therapressure Protocol
  • Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) Feeding Approach