Adrienne Sloyan, MS, OTR/L 

Occupational Therapist

Adrienne has a strong passion for working with pediatric populations and providing family-centered intervention. Her experience/ special interests in the field include areas such as feeding therapy, sensory processing challenges, ASD, ADHD, childhood trauma, executive functioning deficits, developmental delays and more.

Adrienne values the Intentional Relationship Model and forming strong collaborative bonds with the families she serves to help them reach their full potential. Adrienne loves being an OT and helping children participate successfully in the daily activities that matter most to them! Adrienne has an enthusiastic personality and prioritizes making sessions play-based and intrinsically motivating to the children she serves.

Outside of AZA, Adrienne enjoys cooking and exploring new restaurants, spending time with family and friends, and doing outdoor exercise through running, biking, and hiking


–Bachelor of Science, Interdisciplinary Health Services with minors in Psychology, Holistic Health, and American Sign Language- Western Michigan University

–Master’s of Science, Occupational Therapy- Western Michigan University


– SOS Approach to Feeding 4-day course

Advanced workshops: Food Scientist, Adaptation for School-Age Child

– Beckman Oral Motor Assessment and Intervention

– DIR Floortime; level 1 “Floortime All the Time and Everywhere”

– Experience supporting children in a school-based setting

– Experience and course work with sensory integration, the cerebellum and development and self-regulation