Savannah Alderman, OTD, OTR/L, earned her Doctorate degree in occupational therapy from Belmont University and completed her undergraduate degree in Sports Medicine from Union University. She was born and raised in the Brentwood/Franklin area and chose to stay in Nashville to complete her clinical rotations. She completed her first fieldwork at NHC Cool Springs, a skilled nursing facility, and completed her second fieldwork at High Hopes, where she confirmed her passion for the pediatric population.
Following fieldwork, Savannah completed her residency in Neply, Haiti, where she developed a caregiver education program that has continued to be sustainable. From her experience with national and international missions, Savannah has developed a passion for adoption, foster care, and underserved populations. Savannah has experience working with children who have autism, down syndrome, cerebral palsy, congenital disorders, genetic disorders, sensory processing disorder, fine and visual motor delays, and developmental delays. Savannah enjoys spending time with her husband, traveling, drinking coffee, reading, attending church events, and spending time with her friends and family.