Occupational Therapy

At Madonna Learning Center, occupational therapy is individualized for each student.  We work on a wide variety of skills including but not limited to: self-help skills (dressing, grooming/hygiene, feeding, etc.), fine motor skills (handwriting, manipulation, translating, manual dexterity, etc.), gross motor skills (balance, coordination, bike riding, etc.), strengthening (upper extremity, lower extremity, hand strength, and core strength), range of motion, sensory processing skills, visual and auditory attention, social skills, pre-vocational skills, and more.



Kristin received her Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy from the University of Central Arkansas, Bachelors of Arts in Mass Communications and Graphic Design from Ouachita Baptist University. Kristin has been at Madonna Learning Center since 2016. Before Madonna Learning Center, Kristin was employed at Janna Hacker Associates, Intelligent Therapy Staffing, and Pediatrics Plus. Kristin is married to Mark Seitz and they have 2 dogs, Millie, a Basset Hound, and Rocky, a Miniature Spitz. Kristin enjoys photography, painting, art, travel and Razorback Football. Kristin adores the hearts of the students and families and she loves being apart of a dedicated and hardworking staff. She says it is a blessing to come to work each day.




Erin is excited to be back at Madonna Learning Center in her new role as an occupational therapist. In May 2022, Erin graduated with her Master of Occupational Therapy degree from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center. Prior to returning to school to pursue her dream of becoming an occupational therapist; Erin taught for 12 years at Madonna Learning Center. She had the privilege of teaching the wonderful students and adults adaptive physical education, dance, and yoga. She also co-directed & choreographed the annual Christmas Play.

Erin is beyond grateful for the opportunity to get to work with your amazing children and adults in this new capacity. Erin believes in the positive endless possibilities that occupational therapy can create for all. She is eager to work with the students and trainees at Madonna Learning Center to both see them flourish and to learn from their inspiring potential.