Amy Jo Rohe started at Brooks in 2016 as an occupational therapist. She went on to complete the Brooks OT Neurologic Fellowship in 2018 where she gained specialized experience working in the Brooks specialty programs, including stroke, brain injury, and spinal cord injury. She holds specialty certifications as a Certified Stroke Rehabilitation Specialist (CSRS), Certified Brain Injury Specialist (CBIS), and LSVT BIG Treatment Provider for Parkinson’s. She has experience working as an occupational therapist in outpatient, inpatient, and skilled nursing settings. She now works as an outpatient occupational therapist at our Brooks Mandarin location, has been mentoring for the OT Fellowship for over 3 years, and functions as the Occupational Therapy Subject Matter Expert for the Outpatient Neurology Program. Outside of work, Amy Jo enjoys traveling, training as an aerialist, and anything that involves being outside, such as camping, fishing, paddle sports, and going to the beach.
Master of Science in Occupational Therapy from the University of Wisconsin- La Crosse (2015)
Brooks Neurologic OT Fellowship Graduate (2018)
Stroke, Brain injury, spinal cord injury, patient-provider communication, interdisciplinary collaboration, patient care transitions, caregiver education, translation of treatment into functional gains
Co-develop & co-teach Brooks IHL CEU Course: “Comprehensive Stroke Rehabilitation: Using Evidence to Guide your Practice,” AOTA 2019 Poster Presentation: “Feminine Management in Spinal Cord Injury,” Clinical Instructor for several OT & OTA students, developed minimal data sets for outpatient documentation of Stroke, Brain Injury, Spinal Cord Injury, and Movement Disorder OT evaluations, Brooks Outpatient Neurology Program OT Subject Matter Expert, Certified Stroke Rehabilitation Specialist, Certified Brain Injury Specialist, LSVT BIG Parkinson’s Certified.