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Ask a Physical Therapist | Jodi Huffman

In this episode of Ask a Physical Therapist Dr. Tanice chats with Jodi Huffman about behavioral and developmental warning signs for children that may benefit from services and how she can support the whole family during behavioral challenges in neurodivergent and neurotypical children.

Jodi is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst who holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology, a Masters in Early Childhood Special Education and a 200 hour yoga teacher certification. She specializes in early childhood behavior and development with a focus on developmental disabilities such as Autism Spectrum Disorder. With over 15 years of experience in the field Jodi has worked in schools, homes, childcare centers, clinics and community organizations. Her passion is individualized therapy, family centered therapy in the home, school and community. She believes strongly in promoting acceptance and inclusion of children with unique needs and abilities. Jodi's motto is that all children deserve to feel like they belong.

Born and raised in Colorado, I have a passion for travel and being outdoors. Biking, skiing, snowboarding, waterskiing, sledding, hiking...anything outdoors brings me peace. I am so grateful to be in a career which allows me to help others maximize their physical abilities so that they may also enjoy the calling of nature or whatever their own passions may be. As a child, I grew up spending summer weekends on the Frying Pan River at my Great Grandparents' cabin and am thrilled to be back in the Roaring Fork Valley.
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