Dana Daymude M.S., OTR/L received her undergraduate degree in biology at Ohio University in 1997, then entered Belmont’s Occupational Therapy program. She graduated with a masters in Occupational Therapy in 2000. Since graduation, Dana has worked in home health, skilled nursing, and out-patient therapy. She found her passion in pediatrics and has been treating children with autism, sensory processing disorder, fine and visual motor delays, developmental delays, and orthopedic injuries. Dana has experience in adaptive equipment, splinting, handwriting, and sensory diet implementation.While Dana continues to provide therapy services, she is also Vice President of Operations, supporting the clinic and staff with continuing education, equipment, and parent training. Dana lives in Franklin with her husband Adam and three children and enjoys hiking, bike riding, singing, and being very active with her family.