Kari Glasgow

Clinic/Early Intervention, M.S., OTR/L

Kari graduated from University of Illinois at Chicago and has over 20 years of experience working with children ranging from NICU into adulthood. Originally an Illinois native, she has worked in various locations from Kansas City to New York City to New Orleans to here in Richmond. In 2004 she co-authored a chapter in Pediatric Habilitation on Autism Spectrum Disorders and has spoken at several conferences in the areas of Sensory Integration, OT in the NICU, and child physical development. Kari currently serves children in the 0-3 population through adulthood who have Autism, ADHD, visual impairments , and developmental disorders. Understanding that no two children are alike, her philosophy is to use an eclectic approach and pulls from various treatment methods to best meet the needs of the individual child and family she serves. Kari's training is diverse, including Therapeutic Listening, Sensory Integration, NeuroDevelopmental Treatment (NDT), Wilbarger Deep Pressure and and Proprioceptive Technique, Interactive Metronome, Yoga for Children with Special Needs and The Alert and Zones of Regulation Programs. Kari moved to VA in 1999 and has built a life south of the river. She spends her time with her family of four children and husband. She loves to read and do crafts if she finds time in her busy schedule.