Marlene A. Riley, MMS, OTR/L, CHT

Clinical Associate Professor, Associate Graduate Faculty

Marlene A. Riley, MMS, OTR/L, CHT

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Education

M.M.S., Modern Studies Liberal Arts, Loyola University

B.A., Occupational Therapy, Minor: Psychology, Towson University

Hand Therapy Certification

Handwriting without Tears Level I Certification

Sensory Integration Praxis Test Certification

Areas of Expertise

Rehabilitation, disability & participation

Hand Therapy

Community-based practice

Select Publications

  • Riley, M., & Lohman, H. (2015). Orthotic intervention for older adults. In B.M. Coppard, H. Lohman. Introduction to Orthotics: A Clinical Reasoning & Problem-Solving approach (4th ed.)(pp.346-366). St. Louis, Mosby. [Revised]
  • Riley, M. & Lohman, H. (2008). Splinting on older adults. In B.M. Coppard, H. Lohman. Introduction to Splinting A Clinical Reasoning & Problem-solving approach (3rd ed). St. Louis: Mosby. [Revised]
  • Riley, M. (2006). Occupational therapy in the home for non homebound patients. Home Health Care Management & Practice, 19 (1), 19 – 25.
  • Riley, M. (2000), Splinting on Elders. In B.M. Coppard, H. Lohman. Introduction to Splinting. St. Louis: Mosby.

Selected Presentations

  • Bastape-Gray, S., & Riley, M. (2017, March). Assessment and intervention of upper extremity playing and age-related musculoskeletal conditions of instrumental musicians. Short course at AOTA Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Riley, M. (2017, March). Application of martial arts sword training techniques for upper extremity therapeutic exercise, neuromuscular reeducation, & functional balance. Poster session at AOTA Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Riley, M., & Lawson, S. (2017, March). Creating forms using google docs forms to simulate electronic health record (EHR) documentation for fieldwork preparation. Poster session at AOTA Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Yeager, J., & Riley, M. (2017, March). Mindfulness training to complement a holistic wellness program for college music students. Poster session at AOTA Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Bastape-Gray, S., & Riley, M. (2015, April). Injury prevention and intervention for college music students: An inter-professional approach. Short course at AOTA Annual Conference, Nashville, TN.
  • Wheatley, C., Dudbay, H., & Riley, M. (2015, April). Inter-professional collaboration for occupational therapists and engineers. Poster session at AOTA Annual Conference, Nashville, TN.
  • Riley, M., & Murphy, L. (2015, November). Bringing fieldwork educators to the classroom via information technology. Presentation at MOTA Annual Conference, Baltimore, MD.
  • Riley, M., & Elliott, R. (2015, November). Legislative roundtable. Panel presentation at MOTA Annual Conference, Baltimore, MD.
  • Riley, M., & Bastape-Gray, S. (2015, November). Sound wellness in hearing, hands, voice, & ergonomics (WHHAVE): An interdisciplinary approach to musicians’ wellness. Presentation at MOTA Annual Conference, Baltimore, MD.
  • Wilson, J., Riley, M., & Crabtree, L. (2015, January). Student fieldwork as a vehicle to coordinate learning experiences across concurrent courses. Presentation at Towson University January Conference, Towson, MD.

Service

  • V-Linc Customized Assistive Technology, Volunteer: 2013-Present

Grants

  • Fall 2009- Chief Information Officers Forum, Towson University Speech/Occupational Therapy Assistive Technology Community Outreach Initiatives, $6,000- grant approved
  • Summer 2007- Co-authored grant with Baltimore County Department of Aging Senior Center for fall prevention program, Maryland Department of Aging, Senior Operation Budget - $20,000- grant approved
    Fall 2008- Renewed, $20,900
  • Erickson Foundation, for Baltimore County Department of Aging fall prevention center, $2,500 for technology- grant approved
  • Fall 2006, Wegmans Community Grant for “Easy on Your Joints” Health Promotion program for Meal Preparation & Arthritis, $2,000- grant approved
  • Spring 2006- Speech Language Pathology/Occupational Therapy Towson University President’s Fund Collaborative Speech Language Pathology/Occupational Therapy Community Outreach Initiative, $20,000- grant approved
  • CY 2006 Baltimore County Department of Aging, $5,657- grant approved
    Baltimore County Department of Aging – Towson University College of Health Professions Liaison
  • September 1, 2000, University of Maryland Interdisciplinary Grant, Interdisciplinary Collaboration in Service-learning Health Promotion Initiatives in the Community, $1,000 grant approved
  • July 1, 2000, Joseph P. Kennedy Foundation, An Interdisciplinary Home management Program for Caregivers and individuals with Cognitive Disabilities Living in the Community, $2,500 grant approved
  • April 1, 2000, Arthritis Foundation, Maryland Chapter, Skills for the Job of Living with Arthritis, $2,500- grant approved
  • July, 1998, Co-author Shriver Center Service-learning grant, $2,500- grant approved