Meagan Orban, M.S., OTR/L, considers the most rewarding aspect of being an occupational therapist the ability to help families and children embrace their inner strengths. Meagan holds a Master of Science in Occupational Therapy and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, both from Indiana University.
Meagan loves the field of neurology and strives to learn something new about the human body each day. She serves as the lead occupational therapist within the Roosevelt School District #66. Meagan also works with families in their natural environments to promote participation and independence within the community. She enjoys working with children of all abilities and is an ally member/strong supporter of the Autistic Self Advocacy Network.
Meagan is an active member of the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) and the Arizona Occupational Therapy Association (ArizOTA). She has served on the AOTA Assembly of Student Delegates and participated in the Association’s Emerging Leaders Development Program. Meagan is currently the Secretary of ArizOTA and Chair of the Association’s Marketing and Public Relations Committee.
Meagan values nature and enjoys being outdoors whenever possible. Her favorite things include hiking, biking, and counting stars. When Meagan was a little girl, she wanted to grow up to be an astronaut.