Center for Health Sciences Education at Genesis
1320 W. Lombard St., Office 234
Davenport, Iowa 52804
Teaches introductory courses on the skills and procedures used in the examination and treatment of conditions that impact occupational performance; use of adaptive equipment, adaptive methods, and environmental impact are also examined.
Her clinical practice and research interests focus on the social participation of adolescents with a disability. She is particularly interested in health promotion across the lifespan.
PhD, University of Iowa
Health & Sport Studies
MEd, St. Ambrose University
Post-secondary Disability Services
BS, University of Kansas
MOT 440 Kinesiology I: Analysis of Movement
MOT 486: Skills & Adaptations for Occupational Performance
MOT 589: Occupational Studies & Participation in Pediatrics
Special Topics classes in the area of adaptive sports.
American Occupational Therapy Association
Iowa Occupational Therapy Association
Morrissey, J., Wenthe, P.J., Janz, Letuchy, E.M., Levy, S.M., & Janz, K.F. (2012). Specific types of family support and adolescent non-school physical activity levels. Pediatric Exercise Science, 24(3), 333-46.
Wenthe, P.J., Janz, K.F., Levy, S.M. (2009) Gender similarities and differences in factors associated with adolescent moderate-vigorous physical activity. Pediatric Exercise Science, 21(3), 291-304.
Janz, K.F., Letuchy, E.M., Wenthe, P., & Levy, S.M. (2008). Measuring activity in children and adolescents using self-report: PAQ-C and PAQ-A. Medicine and Science in Sports & Exercise, 40(4), 767-772.
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