Trisha Farmer, COTA/L, is a driven and experienced Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant who is passionate about her work as a therapist and an educator. She has extensive experience in the acute care arena, specifically within a nationally recognized stroke center and regional burn center. Most of her work in the acute care setting has focused on complex stroke and trauma cases. Trisha graduated from Lewis and Clark Community College with an Associates degree in Applied Science in the field of Occupational Therapy as an OT Assistant. She regularly attends conferences and workshops, prides herself in evidence-based practice, with a goal of implementing the most up-to-date and motivating treatment plans available. She currently teaches two courses on a national basis, enjoys traveling, and in addition to her work in occupational therapy, is currently pursuing her EMS certification.