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Mariana Hall

CAMPUS:
874 American Pacific Dr.
Henderson, NV, 89014
(702) 777-8687
OT15.Mariana.Hall@nv.touro.edu
Mariana.deBarros@yahoo. com

PERMANENT:
2298 Florence Ave
Las Vegas, NV, 89119
702-277-2833

OBJECTIVE
My goal is to provide caring high quality occupational therapy to pediatric
patients in subacute care settings in the Las Vegas, Nevada area.
EDUCATION
Master of Science Degree: Occupational Therapy, May 2015
Touro University, Las Vegas, NV
Graduated with a GPA of 3.40/4.00
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, November 2011
University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV)
Graduated Cum Laude with a GPA of 3.87/4.00
FIELDWORK
Level II at Tilton Therapy for Tots (November 2014 to February 2015)
Provided comprehensive home health OT services for a caseload of 12
children with developmental delays secondary to in-utero drug exposure,
autism, and cerebral palsy.
Level I at Progressive Hospital (July to August 2014)
Completed 16 hours of observation of OT services for older adults in a
long term acute care hospital.
Level I at Desert Regional Center (April to May 2014)
Completed 16 hours of observation of health care services for adults with
severe autism disorder and other comorbidities in a residential mental
health facility.
Level I at University Medical Center (January to February 2014)
Completed 16 hours of observation of OT services for pediatric patients in
a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) and the intensive care unit (ICU).
EXPERIENCE
Stepping Stones Behavioral Health Center
Las Vegas, NV, (March to December 2012)
Provided psychosocial rehabilitation services for children and adults with
various mental health diagnoses to assist clients in developing social
skills, coping mechanisms, and behavioral management.

Dream Therapies, Las Vegas, NV

Provided volunteer services at an outpatient clinic offering OT services


including hippotherapy and hydrotherapy for children with developmental
disorders.
Affinity Hospice, Las Vegas, NV
Provided volunteer companionship services for elderly clients in hospice
care.
Multilingual skills
English: high fluency in comprehension, speech, and writing
Spanish: high fluency in comprehension, speech, and writing
Italian: moderate fluency in comprehension and writing
Portuguese: moderate fluency in comprehension and writing.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
2014 AOTA Conference & Expo
SC 149- Assembling a Successful Aging-in-Place Home Modifications
Team: OT and Remodeler Collaboration or Best Client Outcomes
SC 215- Chemo Brain: What Is It? How Can Occupational Therapy Help?
PO 4065- Occupational Therapy for Panic Disorders and Anxiety Disorders
SC 221- Annual Program: Identification and Intervention of Sensory Issues
in the Birth to 3 Years Population
SC 313- Occupational Therapy Guidelines for Adults With
Neurodegenerative Diseases
SC 330- Lessons From the Field: Occupational Therapy in Hospice
SC 341- Animal Assisted Therapy: A Practical Application within the
Context of Occupational Therapy
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
Member of the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA)
Member of the Nevada Occupational Therapy Association (NOTA)
REFERENCES
Lisa Solby, 702-472-2037
Irene Burke, 702-486-6354
Terri Gregg, 702-373-7070