Cheryl graduated from Keuka College in 2017 with a Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy.
She worked in rehab for a skilled nursing facility before moving to a position at the New York State Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD). She particularly enjoyed working with individuals who were non-verbal, finding it challenging and rewarding to learn to communicate with them.
Cheryl has over 15 years of experience as a mom of a child with special needs. She knows the struggle parents face in trying to acquire necessary services for their children with special needs.
Cheryl believes there is untapped potential within each individual and she is eager to connect with her clients to help them reach their goals.
She will be serving Ontario, Yates, Steuben, and Livingston county families in their homes and in their communities.
Occupational therapists provide skills for the job of living!
Darcy Herron has been providing exceptional occupational therapy services to individuals ages 1-101 across multiple settings for the past 20 years.
She graduated manga cum laude from Keuka College in 1998.
Since then Darcy has worked in a variety of clinical settings including short term rehabilitation, where she functioned as the Rehab Director for 5 years, long term care, school based, early intervention and home health.
Darcy remains committed and passionate about her ongoing professional development, maintaining NBCOT certification and NYS licensure requirements.
Darcy’s holistic approach, creativity and ability to establish rapport with her clients and their caregivers creates positive therapeutic experiences and successful outcomes.
Darcy lives in Seneca Falls with her husband, children and dog and is excited to provide occupational therapy services to individuals in Seneca County.