Karen Dela Santa-Pura, MS, OTR/L is an Occupational Therapist who graduated and obtained her Master's degree from New York Institute of Technology in 2012. She specializes in the area of Early Intervention and Pediatrics. Since 2015, Karen has provided occupational therapy services to children in early childhood programs (3 to 5 years old), sensory gyms (3 to 19 years old), as well as provided therapy at children's homes (0 to 3 years old). She holds certifications in Handwriting Without Tears, Integrated Listening Systems (ILS), and Therapeutic Listening. Karen has a great deal of experience working with children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, sensory processing difficulties, and developmental delays. She works collaboratively with the family to establish goals and achieve the highest level of independence for the child, ultimately allowing them to have the most positive experiences at home, school, and at play. 

Denise Baker has been an Occupational Therapist in the New York City area since 2007.  She received both her Bachelors of Science and her Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy from Boston University.  Denise has extensive experience working in the field of pediatrics.  She is certified in Pediatric Massage Therapy and an active member of the American Occupational Therapy Association.  She recently enjoyed attending the AOTA conference in Philadelphia.  Denise currently provides school and clinic-based occupational therapy services to children ages 3-21.  She also provides private home-based occupational therapy in Brooklyn, Queens and Long Island.  Denise has treated children with a wide variety of diagnoses including autism, development delay, executive function deficits and sensory processing and modulation difficulties.  Denise is passionate about helping all children reaching their true potential.  She values using an interdisciplinary and client-centered approach and collaborates with teachers, speech and language pathologists, and other professionals to provide the best care possible.  In her free time, Denise enjoys going to the beach with her family, learning to play piano and practicing yoga.

Carrine Molite is a pediatric occupational therapist for over 10 years and specializes in sensory processing and handwriting skills. She loves working with kids and getting to know their families so they can work together to achieve maximum progress.

Carrine is married, has a son and a daughter.  Some of the things Carrine likes to do in her spare time are watch movies and play board games with her kids, run, exercise and listen to audio books.