Linda Frasier, OTD, OTR/L, CLT, CEAS, CAPS
Dr. Frasier joined Touro University Nevada in March 2012 as an adjunct professor before transitioning to a full time faculty member in July 2012. Her clinical experience is primarily in inpatient rehabilitation and hospital based settings working with adults and older adults with physical and cognitive disabilities and chronic conditions. Dr. Frasier is a certified aging in place specialist and also has certifications in lymphedema and ergonomics. Dr. Frasier currently serves as the Academic Fieldwork Coordinator for the School of Occupational Therapy.
OTD (Doctor of Occupational Therapy) Creighton University, Omaha, NE, 2012
Capstone: Developing Cultural Competence and Leadership Skills through Foreign Outreach
Professional Rotations: Academia/Adjunct Professor at Touro University Nevada
Teaching neuro-rehabilitation to Chinese and Japanese trained therapists, China
Developed a rehabilitation guide for foreign trained occupational therapists
B.S. (Bachelor of Science) in Occupational Therapy Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA, 2002
- Aging in Place
- Psychology of Leadership, Cornell University, February 2020
- Senior Home Safety Specialist, 2019
- Certified Aging in Place Specialist, 2015- present
- Certified Ergonomics Specialist, 2008-present
- Occupational Therapist Licensure, State of Nevada, 2007-present
- Certified Lymphedema Therapist (CLT), 2004-present
- National Board for Certification of Occupational Therapy, 2003-present
- Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Certification, 2000-present
- OTDV 508: Introduction to Fieldwork
- OTDV 526: Level I Fieldwork for Pediatrics
- OTDV 630A: Level I Fieldwork for Adults and Older Adults
- OTDV 651A: Level I Fieldwork for Specialty Populations and Specialty Practice
- OTDV: 651: Occupations of the Older Adult
- OTDV 660: Level II A Fieldwork
- OTDV 662: Level II B Fieldwork
- Cognitive Approach to Influencing Motor Performance in Adolescents with hfASD; Co-Investigator
- Validating the Weekly Calendar Planning Activity and Executive Functioning Abilities with Adolescents with hfASD;
- IPE Building Block Party event: Student perceptions on IPE events; Research Assistant
- Use of standardized patient experiences as predictors of fieldwork performance: A pilot study ; Primary Investigator
- Frasier, L., & Legarte, J. (2020, April). Creating supportive environments through dementia friendly training. OT Practice.
- Frasier, L. C. (2016, September). Home evaluations provide students with active learning experiences.
OT Practice, 21(16), 21-22.
- Frasier, L. C. (2013, September). Bridges to knowledge: OT foreign studies as an educational tool in post-professional
programs. Advance for Occupational Therapy Practitioners
American Occupational Therapy Association
Nevada Occupational Therapy Association
Dr. Frasier is a full time faculty member at Touro University Nevada in the School of Occupational Therapy. She has held various clinical positions working with adults and older adults in a variety of settings including acute care hospitals, acute inpatient rehabilitation, and outpatient rehabilitation.