Rose Anne Lajara is an occupational therapist based out of New Jersey. She was born in the Philippines and soon after moved to Dubai where she spent her early childhood. She then moved to America. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Biology at Johns Hopkins University in Maryland and her Master of Science degree in Occupational Therapy at Tuft University in Massachusetts, with a concentration on Hand and Upper Extremity Rehabilitation.
Rose Anne has experience working a wide range of people of different ages, backgrounds, and conditions. She completed her first Level II Fieldwork at Project CHILLD, a pediatric outpatient clinic in Beverly, Massachusetts, where she gained knowledge on working with children with developmental conditions such as autism spectrum disorder as well as children with fine and gross motor delays. She then completed her second Level II Fieldwork at Hebrew SeniorLife, a geriatric inpatient setting in Boston, Massachusetts, where she worked along side other medical professionals including physical therapists and nurses to give a holistic treatment to patients with varying conditions from hip and knee replacements to stroke.