This companion to the popular MORE book and MORE course expands on concepts from the book, and offers a review of selected topics from the course.

With a purchase of this course, you'll receive lifetime access to the videos and handouts, as well as the ability to download the all the videos and handouts (see Terms of Use for limitations and license details).

Patricia Oetter, MA, OTR, FAOTA

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Description automatically generated with low confidenceMs. Oetter earned her bachelor's degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of Kansas and her master's degree in Special Education with special emphasis on Behavior and Learning Disorders from Kansas State University at Fort Hays State. 


Clinically, Ms Oetter is an occupational therapist with over 40 years of pediatric clinical experience in sensory integration therapy, Therapeutic Listening, Samonas Sound Therapy, Cranial Sacral therapy, and neurodevelopmental treatment (NDT). Her work encompasses many disability groups from newborn to adult, especially infants and children with oral motor, learning, communication and/or behavior disorders. For her contribution to Occupational therapy she has been honored as a Fellow of the American Occupational Therapy Association and awarded two Service Awards as well.


Currently, Ms. Oetter is a private consultant for families, school districts, and service providers in both the public and private sectors specializing the in provision of diagnostic, therapeutic intervention, and program development services. She is popular for her online mentoring of pediatric professionals.

Ms Oetter also has coauthored a number of publications including, MORE: Integrating the Mouth with Sensory and Postural Functions, of which she is the primary author, the MORE DVD and Out of the Mouths of Babes. She has contributed numerous articles and book chapters over the years.

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Eileen Richter, MPH, OTR/L, FAOTA

Ms. Richter has over 40 years of pediatric experience in a variety of settings, including children's hospitals, public schools, preschools, and neonatal intensive care units. She has extensive background in sensory integration theory and treatment, is NDT certified, and has completed the NDT Baby Course. She has lectured throughout the United States, Europe, South America, and Asia on topics related to sensorimotor integration, oral motor/respiratory development, and pediatric occupational therapy. She helped establish and Co-Directed the Avanti Camp in Wisconsin (a sensory integration summer camp for children with sensory processing disorders) for many years. Ms. Richter has been instrumental in bringing continuing education opportunities to thousands of therapists around the country through Professional Development Programs and is now developing therapeutic equipment and other resources under the brand Richter Active Integration Resources (RAIR).

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