Dana Kizer MS, OTR/L, BCP (Family Advisory Council Representative)

Dana is an occupational therapist, Board Certified in Pediatrics, and has a special interest in feeding as well as sensory processing. She has worked in a variety of pediatric settings including a pediatric hospital, specialty clinic, private practice, and home health. Dana has presented on feeding therapy and interventions nationally and across virtual platforms. Dana is a published author on the subject of pediatric feeding disorders. She currently volunteers her time with Feeding Matters by serving on the Pre-Conference Committee and the Family Advisory Council. Dana was first introduced to feeding therapy when accompanying her younger brother Sean to his appointments. Her personal experience with PFD over many years inspired her to pursue occupational therapy to help other families navigate the complex world of feeding disorders.

Financial: Receives speaker fee from Education Resources Inc. for teaching therapy continuing education courses.
Non-financial: Member of the Feeding Matters Family Advisory Council.