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Priscilla Osborne

Director of Physical Therapy Training, LEND Program
Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor,

B.S., Physical Therapy, Northeastern University
M.S., Physical Therapy, Boston University

Ms. Osborne PT, MS, PCS is the director of physical therapy Training in the Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities project of the Institute for Community Inclusion. Over many years of practice, Ms. Osborne has been involved in the assessment, treatment, and case management for children with chronic health and developmental issues. She has been involved in both disciplinary and interdisciplinary training activities. Her research has centered on motor issues for infants and children who are at risk for developmental disabilities and on the validity of motor assessment tools. Ms. Osborne is active in the pediatric section of the American Physical Therapy Association and currently serves on the higher education early intervention committee at the Bureau of Public Health. She teaches pediatric physical therapy content materials at many area physical therapy programs, most recently at the Massachusetts General Hospital Institute for Health Professions where she is now adjunct faculty.

ICI publications by Priscilla Osborne

Answers to Parents' Questions on Mental Retardation

Clinicians from Children's Hospital Boston answer basic questions parents may have about mental retardation (MR). Includes national and New England resources. (6/2006)

Select outside publications by Priscilla Osborne

McCormick, M.C., Stewart, J.E., Cohen, R., Joselow, M.S., Osborne, P.S., & Ware, J. (1995). Follow up of NICU graduates: Why, what, and by whom. Journal of Intensive Care Medicine, 10, 213-225.

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