Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy promotes independence, enhances development, and facilitates the maturation of basic “daily living” skills. We provide individual, small group, and integrated services for Baltimore Lab School students as well as outpatient evaluation and treatment for children in the community. Our occupational therapists are specifically trained to identify the developmental weaknesses linked to learning disabilities:

  • Reading readiness
  • Sense of direction
  • Posture
  • The ability to control movement
  • Motor planning and coordinated movement
  • Sensory integration

Educational Workshops

Parents and teachers benefit from a variety of Occupational Therapy workshops offered by the Baltimore Lab School specialists; some sessions are held at the School, others are held in the community. Topics may include:
  • Sensory-motor red flags
  • Sensory processing
  • Classroom accommodations and modifications
  • Handwriting challenges

Meet Our Occupational Therapy Team

List of 3 members.

  • John Morgal 

    Head of Middle School & Director of Student Services
    410-735-0062
    Towson University - B.S.
    Bio
  • Laura Ealy 

    Occupational Therapist
    410-735-0025
    Ohio State University - B.S.
    Ohio State University - M.A.
    Bio
  • Jenny Ngidi-Brown 

    Occupational Therapist
    410-261-5500
    Goucher College - B.A.
    Towson University - M.S.
    Bio
Founded by visionary educator Sally L. Smith in 2000, Baltimore Lab School educates bright, motivated children in Grades 1-12 with learning disabilities like dyslexia, ADHD, and more. Through our innovative, arts-based curriculum, our students go on to succeed in college and careers.