Jessica Cook, OT specializes in working with kids of all ages who have sensory processing disorders and/or autism spectrum disorder. She especially enjoys working with younger children and helping families understand the underlying causes of specific behaviors. She is passionate about enhancing patient care and is leading work to expand developmental delay and sensory processing programs at St. Luke's.
Jessica earned a bachelor's degree in psychology and family/human development from Utah State University and a master's degree in occupational therapy from Idaho State University. She has also earned Star Profiency Level I certification from the STAR Institute for Sensory Processing and certification in sequential oral sensory (SOS) feeding therapy. She is currently working on another certification in sensory processing disorders from the University of Southern California.
Originally from Idaho, Jessica enjoys reading and spending time outdoors with family and friends in her free time.