Nicole N, MS, OTR/L

Occupational Therapist

Blue Bird Day Employee Since 2022


Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy,
University of Wisconsin- Madison

Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation Psychology,
University of Wisconsin- Madison

Credentials and Certification 

  • Licensed and registered occupational therapist
  • CPR/First Aid certified

Clinical Expertise

  • Pediatrics
  • Sensory integration


(2021). Hladik, L., Meyer, R., Allen, S., Froelke, N., Romaniak, H., Ougayour, A., Nelson, N., Alkhamees, A., Davis, H., Ausderau, K. Accessibility and inclusion for families with children with autism spectrum disorders in cultural institutions. Curator: The Museum Journal.

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My Story

I was first introduced to occupational therapy in high school, when my older sister was considering a career in the field, and it immediately piqued my interest. After having the opportunity to shadow various OT’s and research the career further, I knew that this career matched exactly what I was looking for! I love the holistic nature and creativity that is involved with the profession. Most of all, I love having the ability to help others lead meaningful lives.

My Blue Bird Day

As a new member of Blue Bird Day, I am grateful and eager to begin working with the children and families that attend this facility. I am excited to get to know the unique characteristics of each child and tailor individualized (and fun!) strategies to positively impact my client’s lives.

My Blue Bird Day Goals

  1. Continue to expand my knowledge and skill set in evidence-based pediatric interventions.
  2. Gain experience in the SOS approach to feeding therapy.