Rayme Rogge - OT
License #: OT60996458
Hello All- I was born and raised in the Everett area, and am a PNW girl at heart! After living in Pennsylvania for the past two years and Bellingham before that, I am excited to be back to my roots. I am passionate about being outside, gardening, snowboarding, surfing and picking fruit. I love working with children of all different abilities, which lead me to a career as an occupational therapist, and I am looking forward to serving your family.
Education & Training
My formal education started at Western Washington University, where I received my bachelor’s of science in kinesiology pre-health. I continued on to receive my masters of occupational therapy from Messiah College. During my master’s education, I completed internships in two placements, including a school for children with moderate to severe Autism Spectrum Disorder. For the past six years, l have worked with children with a variety of diagnosis, with a strong focus on working with children with ASD, behavioral disorders, and intellectual disabilities. This includes formal jobs as a certified nursing assistant, full time OT undergraduate intern, behavioral technician implementing ABA, camp unit leader, and less formally as a nanny. My educational and additional experience has led to a combined sensory and behavioral approach, to support your child or teens growth towards their greatest potential. I am excited to partner with you and your family, to help with your child’s daily needs or what we OT’s like to call “occupations”!
I was born in Massachusetts but spent most of my life in Washington. I love spending time outside and exploring the beautiful PNW. I enjoy attending sporting events and trying new activities. I also love spoiling and spending time with my munchkin cat and corgi. Working with individuals to achieve their goals and reach their full potential with a client-centered approach has been a strong passion of mine and has guided me on my OT journey.
Education & Training
I completed my undergraduate degree at the University of Washington in Seattle in 2013, majoring in Anthropology. After that I spent time working in early education with children ages 1-3 years. This is when I decided that I wanted to provide more child-centered care and decided to pursue a career in OT. I graduated from the Occupational Therapy Assistant program at Lake Washington Institute of Technology in the spring of 2021. While in school, I worked as a behavioral technician, providing applied behavior analysis therapy to children and teens. My OTA fieldwork experiences took me to a men's homeless shelter and women and children's homeless shelter. There, I was able to assist clients in daily activities, health and wellness, leisure exploration, and community reintegration. I am excited to begin my OT career at Beautiful Autism and build strong relationships with families in order to improve their child’s independence and quality of daily life.