Susan N. Schriber Orloff, OTR/L, FAOTA is national columnist and is the author of the book, “Learning Re-enabled: a guide for parents, teachers and therapists” (Elsevier/Mosby Books). It is endorsed by the International Learning Disabilities Assoc., the National Education Association, is a resource at the US Dept. of Education, and is on the ERIC preferred resource website.
She is the founder and the Exec. Director, and CEO, of Children’s Special Services, LLC. in Atlanta, Ga. serving learning and developmentally disabled children ages toddler through teen. She has been working with children since 1968.
Among her awards are: Fellow of the American OT Association, Best Paediatric Therapy Service 2017 - Georgia & Award for Excellence in Pre-School Screening Services – Georgia, Outstanding Service Award/Bobbi Grant Award for Contributions to Occupational Therapy 2008, Georgia OT of the Year 2006-2007, Georgia Woman of Distinction 2006, the “Outstanding Educator Award” and many others.
She participated as a neuro-developmental advisor to the ReSET Grant funded by the Motorola Foundation and supervised by the National Science Foundation to teach science to preschoolers aged 2-3-and 4. (2011-2012).
Her passion is the neurology of learning and discovering the best learning pathways for each individual child with whom she works.
When not doing “OT”she is doting on three “beautiful” grandsons, traveling, and rummaging through antique stores with her husband.