Jace Anderson, Occupational Therapist, OTR/L
Jace Anderson and his wife recently moved back to central Utah, after earning a Master of Science degree in Occupational Therapy from Touro University Nevada. In addition, he has a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science from Southern Utah University. Jace has recently gained therapy experience throughout Sanpete and Sevier Counties at the Gunnison and Mt. Pleasant Hospitals, Community Living Center in Centerfield, Richfield Rehabilitation and Care Center, schools throughout South Sanpete School District and Lake Mead Health and Rehab located in Henderson, Nevada. He had the opportunity to provide comprehensive OT services for children, adults and older adults with orthopedic injuries, cardiac or pulmonary diseases, developmental disabilities and many other chronic medical conditions. Jace is also a member of the American Occupational Therapy Association.
"My philosophy is that all patients/clients/children are different, therefore the treatment approach must be individualized. The idea of using functional activities to develop, recover, and maintain daily living skills is crucial in guiding treatment sessions. I focus on creating a fun, safe and encouraging therapeutic environment to continually build confidence and self-esteem in those I work with. Learning opportunities can come from the smallest engagement." When he isn't at work, Jace enjoys spending time with family and friends. He enjoys most any outdoor activities and enjoys serving the rural community of Sanpete and Sevier Counties.