Leah Foreman, OTDS, COTA/L
creator and founder of re:born collective
As a pediatric occupational therapist assistant, I serve Denver children and their families by providing services to support participation in the life they choose. Why re:born? Because re:born collective is family-centered: what matters most to you matters to me.
Whether you are concerned about your child’s developmental milestone attainment, your little one is having difficulties with feeding, or you are just feeling like an area of your little one’s life needs some extra support, you are in the right place. Did you know you are the expert on your child? It’s true! And I am here to help you step into your role as the expert on your child’s individual needs.
A moment I hold near and dear to my heart: witnessing a mother and her baby girl find their balance with breastfeeding after weeks of trying. I was able to collaborate with this mother to find what worked for her and her baby with the end result of a nurturing mama-baby bond and successful co-occupation in breastfeeding.
I have been featured in VoyageDenver and named an Emerging Leader in the field of Occupational Therapy. When I’m not working with local Denver families, you can find me hiking, reading, practicing mediation, and advocating for policy that affects our children, including chemical safety in personal care products.
I would love to get to know you and your family! I am currently offering in-home occupational therapy services and free initial consultations, please contact me here to book.
Victoria Briltz, OTDS
contributing student writer
Victoria is an occupational therapy doctoral student whose mission it to bring awareness to maternal mental health. She believes mothers do not have adequate access to the resources they need and deserve. She aims to advocate for mothers and to educate the community through evidence-based resources.
She is currently implementing program through her doctoral capstone project that will highlight how occupational therapy can help mothers in their transition between the hospital and home, with a focus on families who have experienced the NICU.
She currently resides in San Diego, California where she loves to spend a day at the beach, hike, and walk dogs. She is a life-long student and loves to learn. She is passionate about non-toxic living, practicing zero waste, intuitive eating, and wellness. She is looking forward to connecting with re:born community members. message her here! She would love to hear from you.