Kim Solondz, MS, OTR/L, is Director of the Occupational Therapy Program at the Child Development & Rehabilitation Center at OHSU. She directs the AOTA-Accredited Occupational Therapy Fellowship Program training OTs focused on neurodevelopmental and related disabilities. Kim has expertise in healthcare transition for teens and young adults with disabilities. She is also involved in the neurodevelopmental program at the CDRC, the Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy (CIMT)/Bimanul Intensive Therapy (BIT) program for children with hemiplegia, and the Rett syndrome clinic at the CDRC.
Areas of interest
- Health care transition; CIMT/BIT; Rett syndrome; developmental coordination disorder
- M.S., Washington University, St. Louis Missouri 1999