About the Owner
• Therapeutic Listening • Interactive Metronomes • Handwriting Without Tears
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Eva Pacchetti- D’Amaro OTR/L is owner, founder, and driving force behind EPD Occupational Therapy Inc. She is well known in Broward County for her expertise in child rehabilitation. With over 13 years of clinical experience and continuous ongoing training, she has orchestrated an interdisciplinary team of dedicated professionals that utilize cutting edge therapies, specialty treatments, and advanced evidence based practice to target and remediated developmental delays, motor, and occupational performance deficits at accelerated rates.
We find and fix what other therapists missed by utilizing modern state of the art equipment and advanced training techniques and knowledge base to develop individualized, tailored treatment protocols and programs that collectively blend the most effective strategies available in rehabilitative healthcare. Our unique protocols are strictly followed, and include standard practice methods in addition to advanced treatment approaches such as Interactive Metronomes, Therapeutic listening, Handwriting without tears, and Suite Therapies. These advanced treatments are evidence based and proven effective in enhancing traditional treatment, hence increasing long lasting results for our clients. Our ability to help persons of all diagnosis and disability status will essentially cut cost of care, and decrease required professional assistance across the lifespan of our clients.
Statement from Eva Pacchetti-D’Amaro OTR/L
While working for early intervention programs, contract companies, and private community clinics, I felt limited to providing a less than perfect service. Therefore, I committed myself to opening up my own practice in order to provide an immaculate service to my clients under the highest standards possible. I am furthering my education and sharing my knowledge to future practitioners in effort to maintain high standards within the field of Occupational Therapy.
“The Autism Notebook” Article
In April of 2013, I wrote a featured article for “The Autism Notebook” of south Florida, demonstrating my commitment to making consumers aware of different “models of practice” governing therapy services and how to obtain the best services for your family members. Within my article, I illustrated clearly how to enforce those responsible for payment. The truth is, the only way to ensure good service, is to privately hire and observe the evaluating therapist and treatment. The proof will be in your child getting better within my sessions.