Kim Clark, a native of Paint Lick, Kentucky, earned her Master of Science degree in Occupational Therapy and Interdisciplinary Autism Spectrum Disorders Certificate from Eastern Kentucky University after graduating from Transylvania University as a William T. Young Scholar. She has been working for Horn and Associates since August of 2012. She enjoys working with both children and adults as well as collaborating with other therapists, parents, and teachers. Prior to working at Horn and Associates, Kim had 3 years of experience working with children at an elementary school as a reading tutor, after school program assistant, substitute teacher, and summer Kids’ Club leader. As a student at EKU, she helped lead social skills groups for children and young adults on the autism spectrum and co-authored a study called “Learning Leadership Skills for Working with Children on the Autism Spectrum” which was accepted as a poster presentation at the Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence Conference.She is passionate about educating families about sensory strategies to promote optimal attention/calming, handwriting techniques, and reflex integration. She has attended continuing education conferences hosted by the Masgutova method for Neurosensorimotor Reflex Integration. She has attended a training hosted by the P.L.A.Y. Project (Play and Language for Autistic Youngsters).