Britt Collins-Feist, MS OTR/L

Sensory Parenting Britt Collins MS OTR/L

Since graduating from Colorado State University with a Masters Degree in Occupational Therapy, Britt has worked in a variety of settings; including sensory integration clinics, school districts, early intervention, rehabilitation hospital, and skilled nursing facilities. She has mainly focused her career as an OT on Sensory Integration and how this affects children with various special needs such as; Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADHD, Sensory Processing Disorder, developmental delays, Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, and feeding challenges. Britt currently resides outside of Memphis, TN and works with children in their homes, schools and communities. She works with many children who have feeding challenges and uses the SOS feeding approach for picky eaters and problem feeders. Britt has completed specific continuing education in Yoga for children with special needs and is certified to teach children ages 0-12 Yoga, Mindfulness and therapeutic movement. She is continuing to work on her 200-hour Yoga certification and her 95-hour Children’s Yoga certification. Britt is available to travel to families homes across the country to help set up home-based programs specific to the child and family in need. She is also available for speaking engagements on topics such as Creating a Sensory Lifestyle, A Sensory Approach to Feeding, Sensory vs Behaviors and more.

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Helpful Books and DVDS For Parents

Sensory Parenting Books

A child’s sensory system affects their ability to learn, play, socialize and function. Maybe a child isn’t able to sit still in class because his shirt tag is bothering him. Or a child isn’t able to play with other children because his balance is off. Maybe your child...


Sensory Parenting DVDS

Occupational therapist, Britt Collins, takes us through a host of activities of daily living (ADL's) with several children. Parents and caregivers often find themselves at a loss when children have difficulty adapting or adjusting to ADL's, such as - eating, dressing, bathing, bed-time, and...