Maeve Shaddock, MS, OTR/L, joined the ACCESS team in 2019 as an occupational therapist on the ACCESS Academy and Young Adult campus. Maeve has always enjoyed working with children and young adults, and she currently works as the occupational therapist dedicated to clients in the Upper 2 classroom. Their excitement for life motivates her to continuously strive to be a better role model, leader, and therapist. She has extensive continuing education training in the areas of sensory processing, feeding, and executive functioning. Maeve has been trained in the Zones of Regulation curriculum and has assisted in educating staff and implementing this program in multiple classrooms at the Academy. She is also one of our ACEing Autism coaches for ACCESS, the ACEing Austism location in the state of Arkansas.
Maeve also spends time volunteering for the mission of ACCESS. In 2021, she was an integral part of the committee that helped launch a new community fundraiser, the ACCESS Open tennis tournament, to raise funds in support of ACCESS and share the mission with our community.
Meave received her Masters in Occupational Therapy in August of 2012 from the University of Central Arkansas. Since then, she has worked with children of all ages in the clinic, home, and school settings. In her free time, Maeve loves to travel, explore the outdoors, cheer on the Razorbacks, read, play tennis, and spend time with her family and friends.