Kuczynski '06, G'08
Visiting Instructor of Occupational Therapy
BS, Bay Path College; MS, Bay Path College
Professor Cheryl Kuczynski brings the combined value of a Bay Path education and clinical experience to her teaching position. She earned both her BS and MS in Occupational Therapy
from Bay Path College and is now completing her doctorate in Occupational Therapy at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia. She is creating a community-based fall prevention program as her capstone project for completion of her professional doctorate.
In addition, Professor Kuczynski continues work as an occupational therapist for Genesis Rehabilitation, specializing in the care of older adults. She has specialty experience within the areas of home assessments and modifications, physical agent modalities, energy conservation techniques and total joint, cardiopulmonary, stroke, and dementia rehabilitation. She served as fieldwork supervisor for Level II and Level I Occupational Therapy students. Professor Kuczynski co-authored a section of a recently published textbook, “Occupational Therapy Essentials for Clinical Competence.”
When not in the classroom or the clinic, Cheryl enjoys the outdoors, including running, hiking, camping and gardening. She is a hometown girl, owning and living in the house her grandfather built from a Sear’s kit in the 1950s.