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DuBois PA 15801
Ms. Fatula joined the Penn State DuBois OTA program in 2007 as a lab instructor and progressed to adjunct instructor until becoming the academic fieldwork coordinator in 2012. In addition to instruction, she is the academic advisor for OTA students in the 3rd-5th semesters of the program. Ms. Fatula has presented OT related topics to local organizations as well as at state and national professional conferences. Ms. Fatula is a member of the Pennsylvania Occupational Therapy Association as well as the America Occupational Therapy Association. She has been active with volunteering for both professional organizations. Since 2007, Ms. Fatula has been an active board member and past president of the Penn State DuBois Alumni Society.
Ms. Fatula is a certified assistive technology professional . She is responsible for teaching courses in occupational therapy performance across the lifespan, fieldwork, management and ethics, and developmental disabilities.
Amy is a certified Assistive Technology Professional. Amy is responsible for teaching courses in occupational therapy performance across the lifespan, fieldwork, management & ethics, and developmental disabilities
Waryoba, D.R., Demi, L., & Fatula, A. (2016). A case study of interprofessional collaboration between engineering and health sciences studens at Penn State DuBois. IEEE Integrated STEM Education. 43-49: DOI:10.1109/ISECon.2016.7457552.
AS, Occupational Therapy - Penn State
BS, Biology - Penn State
M.Ed., Adult Education & Training - Colorado State University