Who We Are?
C. Brittany Burton, OTD, MS, OTR/L, CAPS, ECHM
Brittany obtained her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy through Alvernia University before completing her Doctorate in Occupational Therapy at Misericordia University. Her doctorate focus in gerontology assisted her to expand her knowledge and ability to provide the most recent information available for her clients. Brittany’s occupational therapy career has focused on providing care to individual’s who have experienced neurological conditions including: traumatic brain injuries, cerebrovascular accidents (stroke), and Parkinson’s Disease. Her experiences as a clinician have allowed her to see the challenges and roadblocks of returning home after a life-changing event, and the struggles of client and families as they remain and age in their homes. She has expanded her expertise by completing the Certified Aging in Place Specialist Certification through the National Home Builders Association (NAHB). She has also received her Executive Certification in Home Modifications through the University of Southern California. Brittany is a member of the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) and her local Delaware Occupational Therapy Association (DOTA). She looks forward to serving the members of her Delaware community to ensure optimal performance in personal adaptions.
Gregory D. Burton, PTA, BS, CAPS
Greg brings over 10 years of physical therapy experience and is recognized by the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) as an Advanced Practitioner since 2016. “Everyday I hear the concerns and interests from patients or their loved ones, on how they can remain living independently in their own homes.” This inspired us to bring our clinical expertise together from physical therapy and occupational therapy backgrounds, while pursuing additional education through the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) as Certified Aging in Place Specialists to become an unmatched resource for Delaware residents looking for the help they need. Greg is also a member of the Delaware Physical Therapy Association (DPTA) as well as the Delaware Pubilc Health Association (DPHA). He looks forward to improving Delaware residents quality of life with the guidance they need to remain living independently in their homes throughout life’s journey.