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Tina Fletcher, Ed.D. - Texas Woman's University. Dallas, TX, US

Tina Fletcher, Ed.D.

Associate Professor, School of Occupational Therapy | Texas Woman's University

Dallas, TX, UNITED STATES

Expert in pediatric occupational therapy, creative arts interventions, cultural arts access programming and the arts in health care.

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Biography

Tina Fletcher is an Associate Professor of Occupational Therapy at Texas Woman's University.

Industry Expertise (2)

Education/Learning Training and Development

Areas of Expertise (5)

Creative Arts Interventions Cultural Arts Access Programming Cultural Arts Access Programming Creativity International Orphan Relief

Education (5)

Texas A&M University: Ed.D., Educational Design and Curriculum Instruction 2010

Texas A&M University: M.F.A., Fine Arts & Sculpture 1996

East Texas State University: B.F.A., Fine Arts & Experimental Studies 1992

University of Alabama: M.A., Education & Allied Health Sciences 1983

University of Texas Medical Branch: B.S., Occupational Therapy 1980

Affiliations (4)

  • Society for the Arts in Health Care : Member
  • Society for the Study of Occupation : Member
  • Texas Occupational Therapy Association : Member
  • American Occupational Therapy Association : Member

Media Appearances (1)

TWU shines a 'Spotlight on Faculty Excellence' in Dallas

Texas Woman's University  online

2015-09-10

Tina Fletcher, associate professor of occupational therapy, has been collaborating with the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA) to enhance the experience of visitors to the museum who have learning differences. Fletcher worked with the DMA to adapt their exhibits to be more engaging to children who respond well to interactive exhibits...

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Articles (5)

Considering the museum experience of children with autism Curator: The Museum Journal

2016

Factors that bring meaning to mementos created by elders Aging and Mental Health

2016

The impact of creative reminiscing on individuals with dementia and their caregivers Physical & Occupational Therapy in Geriatrics: Current Trends in Geriatric Rehabilitation

2014

Supporting Individuals with Special Needs at the Dallas Museum of Art Occupational Therapy Practice

2014

The relationship between level of musical exposure over the lifetime and level of participation in a live musical performance Activities Directors' Quarterly for Alzheimer's & Other Dementia Patients

2014

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