Nicole Storti received her Masters degree in Occupational Therapy from Bay Path University in Longmeadow, MA, in the summer of 2018. Prior to her completion of the program, she received her BA in Psychology from Southern Connecticut State University in New Haven, CT in 2016. Nicole is licensed in the state of Connecticut and is certified by the National Board of Occupational Therapy.
Nicole has experience working with clients of varying ages and abilities to engage in activities for building both life and social skills. Nicole shows determination and confidence in creating a healthy, nurturing, and skilled life-enablin
g environment. Nicole's goal as an occupational therapist is to create positive relationships with her clients and help them achieve their maximum potential in their daily activities.
The ability to draw on Nicole's prior work experiences working with the adult population has been integral in the development of our NEW adult life skills rehabilitation service program. Learning Pathways to Independence (LPI) is our newest service branch of Burke Therapy dedicated to working with adolescent and young people ages 16-21 with developmental disabilities and their family members. Nicole, along with other Occupational and Speech Therapy team members look forward to expanding the vocational and independent living skills of each program participant for the achievement of personal and family life independence.