Joy Green, MOTR/L
|Up To 3|
Center for Persons with Disabilities
6810 Old Main Hill
Logan UT 84322-6810
Joy Green graduated with her masters in occupational therapy from University of Utah. Joy also obtained her undergraduate degree in occupational therapy studies from University of Utah and an A.A. in mathematics and science from Fullerton Community College.
During her graduate education, Joy has completed rotations in various places in Utah including, Blanding, Ute and Navajo Reservations, Utah Schools for Deaf and Blind, Refugee Resettlement programs in the Salt Lake area, and Primary Children's Hospital. She was first exposed to occupational therapy in an outpatient pediatric clinic in southern California as a senior in high school. Joy has been very passionate about establishing a career in pediatrics, as this population has always been kept close in her heart.
Joy is currently working with the Up to 3 Early Intervention program to provide direct occupational therapy to children in Box Elder County. Her primary focus in home intervention includes addressing sensory processing disorders, feeding disorders, and fine motor delays. She is also working with the Center for Persons with Disabilities Behavioral Health Clinic on an interdisciplinary team that evaluates children who may have autism. Her role on the team is to evaluate children's sensory processing abilities.
Joy enjoys painting with acrylics, drawing with charcoal, hiking, camping, learning Krav Maga, and loves pretty much all animals and bugs.