Research Scientist I
Sarah Endicott, OTR/L, has been employed at Georgia Tech and CATEA since 1985. Ms. Endicott's work at the Center focuses on accessibility, environmental modifications, and technology application for persons with disabilities. Prior to coming to Georgia Tech, she was employed by several health care facilities in Atlanta working with children and adults with developmental disabilities and mental retardation.
Colorado State University, Boulder, CO, B.S.
Article "Occupational Therapy and Technology," with Shelley DeLoache. Pulse for the Health Care Professional, published by the Advertising Special Sections, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, April 2001.
Article ?"Ramps" Rehab News, published by the Rehabilitation and Managed Care Division of the State Board of Workers’ Compensation, Georgia, February 2001.
Article "Accessibility and the Healthy Home," The southface Journal of Energy and Building Technology, published by the Southface Energy Institute, P.O. Box 5506, Atlanta, GA 30307, Winter, 1990.
Article "What Software Should I Buy?," Administration and Management Special Interest Section Newsletter, published by the American Occupational Therapy Association, Inc., Vol. 3, No. 1, March, 1987.
Manual "Georgia Institute of Technology ADA Resource Manual," Georgia Tech Project K-10-920. June 1997. Outcome document from the Georgia Institute of Technology ADA Survey. Included ADA Policies and Procedures developed during the project; campus, statewide, and national resources; and legislative references.
Licensed to practice Occupational Therapy in the State of Georgia