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Margaret Ann Bledsoe, American occupational therapist, educator, consultant. Registered occupational therapist Louisiana.


Bledsoe, Margaret Ann was born on February 18, 1952 in Burbank, California, United States. Daughter of William Terrell and Doris Ella (Goulding) Bledsoe.


Associate of Arts in General Education, Pierce Junior College, 1975. Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy, San Jose State University, 1977. Master of Science, Louisiana Technology University, 1984.

Master of Arts in Psychology, Human Relations and Supervision, Louisiana Technology University.


Occupational therapist Children's Hospital and Medical Center, Oakland, California, 1981—1982. Private practice San Mateo, 1981—1982. Instructor North-East Louisiana University, Monroe, 1982—1984.

Data collector Western Psychological Services, Los Angeles, 1984. Administrative assistant Ouachita Community Action Program, Monroe, 1984—1985. Staff occupational therapist Garden Sullivan Rehabilitation Center, San Francisco, 1979—1980, Garden Sullivan Learning and Development Program, 1979—1982.

Occupational therapist consultant Daniel Webster Elementary School, Daley City, California, 1981—1982. Director Occupational Therapy Association Program San Jose City College. Private contractor SRVSD. Educational Scholar California Foundation Occupational Therapy, 1981.


Member of American Association Counseling and Development, American Society Training and Development, Center Study Sensory Integration Dysfunction, Occupational Therapy Association California (secretary Golden Gate chapter 1979, co-chairman, state conference 1981), American Occupational Therapy Association (vice chairman national student committee 1977, chairman 1978-1980, sergeant at arms representative assembly since 1980, representative for California 1985-1987), Gamma Beta Phi.


  • Other Interests

    Travel, entertaining.