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Fun Strokes is your go-to site for information, inspiration, and resources that have been thoughtfully created to equip children with the tools they need to be successful in school and in life. Fun Strokes was developed by me, a pediatric occupational therapist, to facilitate understanding and insight into the very complex area of fine motor skill development. Fun Strokes is for therapists, teachers, parents, and anyone who has a passion for helping children.

Linda Craig Dennis M.Ed., OTR/L
Linda Craig Dennis M.Ed., OTR/L

Linda Craig Dennis M.Ed., OTR/L

Fun first, that is my motto when working with kids. I believe that if you can accomplish this everything else will fall into place. Hello! My name is Linda. I am a pediatric occupational therapist and a kid at heart. I live in Suffolk, VA.  My husband and I are the proud parents of two children.  We enjoy fitness and spending time at the beach. 

Linda Craig Dennis, M.Ed., OTR/L is a registered
occupational therapist with over two decades
of pediatric experience in public, private, and
alternative schools. Linda has completed extensive
continuing education in fine motor, visual motor and sensory motor
development. She also holds certifications in Therapeutic Listening®,
Astronaut Training, and Interactive Metronome. Her
goal is to provide children with the tools necessary
to break down barriers and reach their full potential
in life. Linda graduated magna cum laude from Westfield
State University in Westfield, Mass., and received her
Master of Education in Occupational Therapy from
Springfield College in Springfield, Mass., where she
graduated with top honors in her class.

Linda Craig Dennis M. Ed., OTR/L Top Occupational Therapist Autism Parenting Magazine 2021

Autism Parenting Magazine is an award-winning publication that is dedicated to guiding and supporting families around the world affected by autism. I am humbled and honored to share that I have been named one of Autism Parenting Magazine’s top contributors for 2021!  I have thoroughly enjoyed working with the magazine’s extraordinary team of professionals who share my passion for supporting neurodivergent children and their parents. 

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