While working at a summer camp for people with autism, Brittany developed a passion for occupational therapy. She became more involved in healthcare settings to get her feet wet in the field—and helped a diverse population of patients with acute psychiatric illnesses at a mental health facility prior to joining MNRN's Treatment Team.
Brittany helps a variety of MNRN's vulnerable patients restore physical strength and cognitive functioning—allowing them to confidently ease back into regular daily activities and improve their overall quality of life as much as possible. Teaming up with patients to address complex conditions, Brittany supports individual rehabilitation and recovery goals with results-driven therapeutic treatments.
“I’m most excited about my future here. There’s always another step up or another thing to learn.”
“The most important qualities that people need to be a successful in Acute Care is time management and interpersonal skills. You need to get things done and provide great care to the diverse patient population here.”