Erika and Megan
Erika Uzzolino, M.S., OTR/L is a registered and licensed Occupational Therapist in New York City. She graduated from New York University with a Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy, after completing her undergraduate degree at Pennsylvania State University with a major in Psychology and minor in Human Development and Family Studies. Since becoming an occupational therapist, Erika has worked with children of various ages in sensory gym, school, and home settings. In addition to leading classes with Look Who’s Talking, Erika sees clients privately in their homes, and works full time in a special education school in Manhattan. Erika has received specialized training in The Zones of Regulation, DIR Floortime, S’cool Moves, Fine Motor Bootcamp, Executive Functioning via Sarah Ward, Quickshifts, Handwriting & Keyboarding Without Tears, Size Matters Handwriting Program, and Pediatric Kinesio Taping. Erika continues to seek out additional opportunities to learn in order to provide the most up to date treatment interventions for her clients.
Megan Dygon, OTR/L, is a registered and licensed Occupational Therapist in the state of New York. She graduated with honors from Long Island University, Brooklyn with a Masters of Science degree in Occupational Therapy. Previously, she attended James Madison University where she received a Bachelors of Science in Health Science and a minor in Human Science. Megan has practiced as an Occupational Therapist in schools, sensory gyms, and homes since 2016. In addition to leading classes with Look Who’s Talking, Megan sees clients privately in their homes and works full time in an independent special education school in Manhattan. She is a strong believer in children learning, developing and growing through play using their individual likes and interests. Megan is certified in Learning Without Tears, Size Matters, Astronaut Training, Zones of Regulation, and has begun training to become fully certified in DIR/Floortime.
Erika & Megan believe that every child is unique and that development occurs through mastering different steps, stages + skills. They encourage families to play, explore + have fun with their child at their current level of learning and development rather than focusing solely on “age appropriate” toys and games. mOTivate through play has been enjoying collaborating with Look Who’s Talking and are excited to continue to bring their occupational therapy lens to sensory and sensorimotor groups.