Portrait of Eleanor Clark Slagle, born October 13, 1871, in Hobart, NY, and died September 18, 1942, in Getty Square, Yonkers, NY. Known as the mother of Occupational Therapy, she founded and directed the department of occupational therapy at Johns Hopkins University. First female president of the National Society for the Promotion of Occupational Therapy and later served as secretary of AOTA. Trained over 4000 occupational therapists and established the headquarters of AOTA in New York.

Call Now Get Info