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Our Occupational Therapists

Stacey B. Fulton OTR/L, ATP, CAPS

Ms. Fulton is a Registered, Licensed Occupational Therapist in the state of Connecticut and an Assistive Technology Professional.  She received her undergraduate degree from Eastern Connecticut State University and a Certificate in Occupational Therapy from Quinnipiac University. Ms. Fulton has 30 years of experience working in the school system with students with a variety of disabilities. At EASTCONN, she provides a wide range of services including; direct student services, student and staff training, consultation, evaluation.  Her specialties include neurodevelopmental treatment and assistive technology.  

Melissa McKeon, MS, OTR/L

Ms. McKeon is a Registered, Licensed Occupational Therapist in the states of Connecticut and Massachusetts.  Melissa has been employed as an Occupational Therapist with EASTCONN Regional Education Service Center since 2013.   Melissa came to EASTCONN with 14 years school system experience as a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant.  She received an Associate’s degree from the Occupational Therapy Assistant program at Becker College, a Bachelor’s degree in Rehabilitation Services from Springfield College and a Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy from New England Institute of Technology. She has extensive experience working with students with varying abilities in grades pre-school through 12.   She has collaborated with educators, therapists, and parents in developing individualized programs to enable students to reach their fullest potential at school.  

Evangelynn Toolan, COTA/L Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant

Ms. Toolan began working for EASTCONN in 2012. In addition to working in specialized programs, she has 10 years of public school experience. She received an Associate’s Degree from the Occupational Therapy Assistant program at Manchester Community College in 2000 and maintains a national certification with NBCOT. Her comprehensive experience includes working with children ages 3-21 who have a wide range of needs including autism, emotional disabilities and developmental disorders in a school setting as well as post-secondary programs for young adults. As a result of continuing education and workshop attendance, she consistently enhances her skill to assist her students meet their educational goals in such areas as sensory strategies, assistive technology, fine motor and self-help skills.