Susan Petroski-Randolph is a Pediatric Occupational Therapist with nearly 30 years of clinical experience. She has held both clinical and management positions within hospital, outpatient and school settings. Susan is dedicated to working with children with varying diagnosis with special interests in cerebral palsy, neurological impairment, sensory integration dysfunction, developmental delay and autism. Susan’s clinical training includes coursework in sensory integration, executive functioning, applied behavior analysis, constraint-induced movement therapy (CIMT), handwriting instruction, and aquatic therapy. Susan was an adjunct professor at Stony Brook University, teaching coursework in adapted aquatics. Her interest in CIMT was key in the development of a CIMT day-camp program to treat children with hemiplegia. Susan has worked as a professional consultant for the development of handwriting tools/products and has lectured professionally on the topics of handwriting and fine motor development.