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Kelly Frystak, MOTR/L, ITOT has her undergraduate degree in Psychology and Master of Occupational Therapy degree from the University of Indianapolis in Indianapolis, Indiana. Kelly has practiced as an occupational therapist since 2002 in sub-acute, skilled nursing, outpatient day rehabilitation and outpatient vision therapy. Her expertise has developed over the years through the development of multiple visual rehabilitation programs and collaboration and consultation with numerous eye-care professionals. Kelly is an ImPACT Trained Occupational Therapist with specialization in treating post-concussion syndrome and has special interests in physical dysfunction, visual retraining, and neurologic rehabilitation. As a professor in North Central College's Master of Occupational Therapy Program, Kelly can continue to nurture the passion in each student and help them gain a more holistic perspective to treatment and leadership in the field of occupational therapy.Download CV
Frystak, K. & Menninger, B. (2018, September). "Through the Eyes of Occupational Therapy: Addressing Oculomotor and Visual Perceptual Dysfunction Across the Lifespan", Short Course Presentation, Illinois State Conference, Naperville, IL.
Frystak, K. & Menninger, B. ( 2016, April). “Collaborating with Eye Care Professionals: An Occupational Therapist’s Guide to Vision Screening and Referral", Short Course Presentation, AOTA National Conference, Chicago IL.
Frystak, K. & Menninger, B. (2008, September) “Vision Rehabilitation: Collaboration between Occupational Therapy and Behavioral Optometry", Poster Presentation, Illinois State Conference, Naperville, IL.
Frystak, K. & Menninger, B. (2006, September) “Vision Treatment Strategies: An Interdisciplinary Approach", Short Course Presentation, Illinois State Conference, Springfield, IL.
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Functional Anatomy Lab
Health and Wellness Literacy
Neurologic Dysfunction Theory, Assessment, and Intervention
Physical Dysfunction Theory, Assessment, and Intervention