Meet Our Team

Our Team at Boston Sensory Solutions, Inc.


Bridget Dujardin, MS, OTR/L

Founder & Owner

Founder and Owner Bridget is the director of Boston Sensory Solutions, Inc. She is an accomplished occupational therapist who has 25 years of experience working directly with children and adults who experience a wide variety of challenges in their daily lives. Bridget has a BA in Psychology from Boston College and an MS in Occupational Therapy from Tufts University. Her professional interests include sensory processing and self-regulation, as well as supporting families to implement sensory diet activities. When not in the clinic, Bridget enjoys spending time with her own family, reading, and playing on the beach with her husband, 3 school-aged daughters, and chocolate lab, Chip.


Nicole Wilson

Clinic Manager

Nicole is the clinic manager at Boston Sensory Solutions, Inc.  She brings a wealth of experience in scheduling, health insurance, and management of a busy clinical setting.  As the mother of young twin boys, she demonstrates compassion towards all of the parents and children in our practice.  She truly walks in your shoes!!  Nicole studied motor development therapy Bridgewater State University, bringing her knowledge to this clinical setting.   She has a professional interest in securing out of network reimbursement from insurance companies.   



Pediatric Occupational Therapist

Intake Coordinator

Jess has been a pediatric OT since earning her Master’s degree in OT from West Virginia University in 2009.  She holds a BA in Health & Human Performance, also from WVU.  She has worked in a variety of settings including pediatric occupational therapy clinics,  public & private schools, and early intervention.  She was an assistant professor in OT at WVU and currently provides training in sensory processing and emotional regulation to parents.  and teachers.  Professionally, she is interested in supporting families to integrate sensorimotor and executive functioning strategies into their home lives for greater independence in daily routines.  

Jessica Dowd MS, OTR/L

Pediatric Occupational Therapist

Jess is a pediatric occupational therapist who comes to Boston Sensory Solutions, Inc. from Los Angeles where she graduated from the University of Southern California with her Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy. Prior to that, Jess earned her Bachelor’s degree in psychology from UMASS-Amherst. Most recently, Jess treated children with a variety of challenges at a private sensory OT clinic, where she worked for the past four years. Professionally, Jess values the collaboration between therapist, child, and family to support children in building skills in emotional regulation, planning and executive functioning, and sensorimotor development through the most important childhood activity- play!  

Alex McCabe, OTR:L

Alex McCabe, MS, OTR/L

Pediatric Occupational Therapist

Alex is an experienced pediatric occupational therapist. She received her MSOT from the Medical University of South Carolina and her B.S. in Psychology from UNC Chapel Hill. She recently relocated to Boston from Greenville, SC where she worked as a clinical supervisor and provided clinic based OT services, as well as in a private school.  She has experience in aquatic therapy and early intervention services. She is passionate about using a strengths-based and child-led approach to foster confidence and independence in children and families while completing daily activities. She enjoys supporting clients in the areas of sensory processing, emotional regulation, executive functioning, praxis and motor development. She believes strongly in the importance of collaboration between a child’s care team, educators, and family to maximize functional independence. 

Shanli LaTulip

Shanli LaTulip, MS, OTR/L

Pediatric Occupational Therapist

Shanli earned a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Science and a Master of Science in Occupational Therapy from the University at Buffalo in 2018. Prior to that, she earned a Bachelor of Science in Child and Family Studies from Syracuse University in 2013. Shanli has experience working as an occupational therapist in public schools and in the outpatient pediatric setting. She enjoys supporting children in developing fine motor, visual motor, visual perceptual, executive functioning, sensorimotor, and self-regulation skills to facilitate participation and independence in all aspects of home, community, and school life.  Shanli is currently a full-time OT in a local public school district and works per diem with Boston Sensory Solutions.

Claire Marden, MOT, OTR/L

Pediatric Occupational Therapist

Claire has been a pediatric occupational therapist since earning her Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy from Temple University in 2017. Prior to becoming an OT, Claire  received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Colby College in 2012 and worked for several years supporting children and their families in home and school settings. Claire has experience working as an OT in both Early Intervention and a Therapeutic School settings. Claire is passionate about helping children develop their gross motor, fine motor, and self-regulation skills in a strengths-based manner to foster independence and confidence in their authentic selves. She strongly believes that close collaboration with each child’s family and support team is integral to achieving their goals. Outside of being an OT, Claire is a mother of two young sons and an avid runner who loves being outside.

Kumi Wauthier, MS OTR/L

Kumi Wauthier MS, OTR/L

Pediatric Occupational Therapist

Kumi is a pediatric occupational therapist with over a decade of experience working with children of all ages and abilities. She has worked in Early Intervention, outpatient clinics, public schools, private schools, charter schools, and hospital settings. Kumi has a BA in Anthropology from Northwestern University and an MS in Occupational Therapy from Boston University. Prior to that, Kumi was a Kindergarten teacher in New York City through Teach For America. Her professional interests include working with children with Autism, trauma, and complex medical diagnoses, as well as supporting families to implement therapeutic strategies at home. When not in the clinic, Kumi enjoys all types of outdoor adventures and you can often spot her on the summit of a mountain or the edge of a cliff face. 
Jenalee Hackett, COTA/L

Jenalee Hackett, COTA/L

Pediatric Occupational Therapist

Jenalee is a skilled, certified occupational therapy assistant. She earned her OT degree from Keiser University in Tampa, FL. Prior to becoming an occupational therapy practitioner, Jenalee earned her Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Human Development at Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, FL. Jenalee was inspired to pursue a specialized degree in Occupational Therapy while working at New England Center for Children.  There, Jenalee supported autistic children in specialized residential-educational programs.   Once becoming a COTA, Jenalee began her career in outpatient pediatrics at Children’s Therapy Solutions, a multidisciplinary clinic in Bradenton, FL.  She gained clinical experience with children who live with SPD, ASD, ADHD, and a variety of other neurological and sensorimotor diagnoses. She continued her work with children in both the pediatric outpatient and public school settings when she returned home to Massachusetts. Jenalee has clinical interests and expertise working with children and teens who have trauma histories, as well as emotional regulation and sensory processing challenges. 

Jenalee loves collaborating with caregivers and family members to help a child reach their full potential. Her child-centered, play-based approach to therapy is a strength of her clinical work.  In her spare time, Jenalee enjoys walking, running, and can be found anywhere near the water (beach, boat, kayak, you name it! ), as well as spending time with her close-knit family.

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