Diana Henry, MS, OTR/L, FAOTA president of Henry Occupational Therapy Services, Inc., studied with Lorna Jean King in 1975, and then together founded what is now called the Children’s Center in Arizona. Diana opened her clinic specializing in sensory integration (SI) in 1984 and developed programs for Arizona schools.
Diana is SCSIT and SIPT certified. She received her B.S. in OT from Tufts University, and her M.S. in sensory integration from Rush University. Diana has taught at Arizona State University, nationally to school districts, associations/clinics and internationally in Australia, Canada, England, France, Germany, Netherlands, Sweden, Brazil, Scotland, Ireland, and Northern Ireland. With her husband Rick, Diana produced the Tools for Teachers and the Tools for Students DVDs, wrote the Tool Chest, the Tools for Parents, the SI Tools for Teen handbooks, the Sensory Tools for Pets, and the Tools for Tots: Sensory Strategies for Toddlers and Preschoolers books, produced the Teen Sensory Tool DVD and the Sensory Songs for Tots music CD. Diana is presently working on the Tools for Infants book, the SPMs Quick Tips and Forever Winter (about NLD).
In April 2008, Diana and her colleagues were awarded the American Occupational Therapy Recognition of Achievement Award for developing The Sensory Processing Measure (SPM).
In 2007, ATEACHABOUT was featured in a PBS documentary titled: The Boomer Century.