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Jennifer Santisi, MS,OTR/L 

jsantisi@rtmsd.org

Schools: 

Media Elementary 

Rose Tree Elementary 

Springton Lake Middle School 

Penncrest High School 

610-627-6815 

Phone: 610-627-6634

Bachelor of Arts in Elementary and Special Education - Providence College -1993

Master of Science in Occupational Therapy - Philadelphia University -2001 

I have worked in the field of Special Education for 26 years and as an Occupational Therapist for 18 years. 

I worked for a brief period of time as an Occupational Therapist in a Physical Rehabilitation facility for adults. 

I have worked with students from 1 - 101  ( 103 actually!) 

In the school settings, as well as in every other setting I have worked in, my goal for every student is for them be to be as independent as possible- to be competent and successful, actively involved in motivating activities, and learning in an environment where it is safe to take risks. 

My favorite saying is " Mistakes mean that you are learning!!" 

Outside of work, I am hanging out, parenting, attending games and performances, and driving around the gaggle of teenagers in my life. I love being in and playing in nature, preferably near a body of water, listening to or playing music, and being around animals.  

 

Here are a few helpful websites full of resources: 

 

http://www.printablepaper.net

- great FREE resource for printing out all types of lined paper and graph paper 

http://abcya.com

- FREE educational computer games by grade level 

My favorites are :  Cupstack Typing - for students just learning where the letters are 

                              Keyboard Invasion - "space invaders" -like- game with a lot of repetition to help learn the keyboard and improve                                                                         speed in a fun way. 

 

http://www.gonoodle.com

You need to set up an account but it is free. Hundreds of short movement breaks and calming activities to help with the wiggles during homework.