Position: Director of Clinical Education and Experiential Learning
Location: 1775 N. Sector Court
Employed Since: 2017
Associates of Science in Occupational Therapy and Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy from Pennsylvania State University, Doctor of Occupational Therapy from Rocky Mountain University (pediatric track)
Shanholtz, C., McClintock, K. & Gamber, M. (Dec. 2020). School Personnel’s Perceptions of School-Based OT Services: Changing the Narrative. Presented at AOTA Children and Youth Conference.
McClintock, K., Lane, K., Slagus, J., Seals, S., Peirce, A. & Zorilla, A.(2018). Parent and Teacher Perspectives on Inclusive Classrooms on its Effectiveness on Performance for Children with Disabilities. Presented at SUpr Summit 2017, Shenandoah University.
Dr. McClintock started her career in the PA school system as a COTA. During this time, she had the desire to become an OT and returned to Penn State University for her Bachelor of Science Degree . As an OT, Dr. McClintock spent the next 20 years working with the pediatric population. She entered the world of academia as an adjunct faculty member at CCBC teaching the pediatric course and lab. In 2017, Dr. McClintock came to SU and joined the fieldwork team. Since this time she has assisted in the pediatric course, adult course and mentored research groups. She is currently the Doctoral Capstone Coordinator.