Lori Bradley graduated from the Newman University occupational therapy assistant program in December 2016. She is excited to be a part of such an experienced, professional group of therapists and doctors that help individuals reach their personal treatment goals. “I enjoy the patient/therapist relationship. My favorite part of being an occupational therapy assistant is learning about the patient as they progress through the rehabilitation process.”
Lori earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and additionally gained an Associate’s degree as an Occupational Therapy Assistant from Newman University. While in the OTA program, she was chosen by her peers and instructors as the Occupational Therapy Assistant student of the year. She is licensed with the Kansas State Board of Healing Arts and is a member of the American Occupational Therapy Association.
Lori has a passion for promoting health and well-being at work and in life. She enjoys swimming, biking, running, yoga, karate or anything that challenges her. Her husband, two sons, and two dogs enjoy camping and hiking at Wilson Lake together.