Tabatha Sorenson is an Occupational Therapist and Lead Assistive Technology Specialist at Madonna Rehabilitation Hospitals. Tabatha completed her clinical doctorate training at Creighton University’s School of Pharmacy and Health Professions with a focus on Assistive Technology across the life span. Tabatha is the Rehabilitation Engineering Clinical Program Leader and serves as a liaison between patients/clinicians and Madonna’s Rehabilitation Engineering Center to facilitate development of customized solutions to solve unmet needs. She also provides inpatient and outpatient services for individuals of all ages after illness or injury. Tabatha has over a decade of experience helping individuals regain access to computers, phones (e.g., landline, flip phone, and smart phone), environmental controls, and assisting speech language pathologists identify reliable access methods for patients to access alternative and augmented communication devices. Additionally, Tabatha received her Certified Aging in Place Specialist certification from the National Home Builder’s Association in 2014. She analyzes home environments and provides accessibility recommendations to ensure patients transition home as safely and independently as possible. Tabatha’s knowledge and experience with specialty equipment and mobility devices (e.g., power wheelchairs, specialty commodes/shower chairs, and transfer lifts) is invaluable when helping patients and families prepare space to accommodate new equipment.