Kelli Miller, MS, OTR/L, CLC, has been a part of the ACCESS team for over seven years. She is the occupational therapist for the infant and toddler classrooms at the Early Childhood campus. Kelli specializes in feeding therapy and assists in the development of programming for the ACCESS Food School program.
Kelli also spends time volunteering for the mission of ACCESS. She and her husband Mason have served on multiple committees, and they co-chaired the 14th annual ACCESS Bingo Bash fundraiser in 2021 along with the ACCESS in Action young professionals group leading the event to a record-breaking success.
Kelli holds a Bachelor of Psychology degree from the University of Arkansas and a Masters of Occupational Therapy degree from the University of Central Arkansas. Kelli is also a Certified Lactation Counselor through the Healthy Children Project. Additionally, she has completed advanced training and is certified in the SOS Approach to Feeding. She enjoys continuing to grow her knowledge base in the areas of feeding and infant development.
Kelli's favorite part of working at ACCESS is getting to celebrate the students every day, even in their smallest milestones! When she is not serving the ACCESS mission, Kelli enjoys spending time with her husband and two children at Lake Ouachita.