Angela McQuinn, COTA/L

Angela McQuinn

Title: Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant
Company: Freudenthal Home Health and Abilities First Therapy
Location: Stanberry, Missouri, United States

Angela McQuinn, COTA/L, Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant at Freudenthal Home Health and Abilities First Therapy has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in occupational therapy.

Backed by an Associate degree of allied sciences in occupational therapy from the College of Allied Health Sciences at Penn Valley Community College from 1997, Ms. McQuinn has excelled in the health care profession for 30 years. Licensed to work in the states of Iowa, Kansas, and Missouri, she currently serves as a certified occupational therapy assistant to Freudenthal Home Health and Abilities First Therapy, roles she commenced in 2017. Civically, Ms. McQuinn is the state president of the Missouri Federation of Women’s Democratic Club.

Prior to her current position, Ms. McQuinn worked at Therapy at Schools, LLC from 2015 to 2017 and was a program manager for Rehab Choice/Select Rehab, Tiffany Care Centers, and Rehab Care between 2008 and 2015. Additionally, she had offered her expertise with Harrison County Rehab for one year in 2002 and served as a program manager for Aegis Therapies from 1999 to 2003. At the start of her career, between 1991 and 2000, she worked for Quality Care and Rehab, PT and Rehab Center Inc., and Pine View Manor.

Ms. McQuinn attributes her career success to her love for caring for people and seeing them succeed and improve. It gives her great joy to see her clients make progress, be able to stay home, and take care of themselves. She has also worked with children and is proud to see them achieve their goals, which could be tying their shoes, buttoning their shirts, or writing their names correctly. With this sentiment, her motto is, “Always believe in yourself, you can make miracles happen.”

Looking ahead, Ms. McQuinn aims to become a clinical instructor and have more students so she can show them her learning ideas. She is looking forward to having fresh eyes on her patients in order to see a different approach to things and avoid becoming complacent about the job.

 

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