Michelle Holloway, OT
Lifestyle Transitions owner Michelle Holloway is an Occupational Therapist (OT) passionate about breaking down barriers to independence and removing fall-risks with the person or discovered within their home environment.
Michelle can help relieve the burden of the unknown by providing a comprehensive baseline independent living assessment of the person and a home safety assessment to promote safe aging that is free of falls and unnecessary hospital admissions.
Transitioning from one healthcare situation to another can be intimidating. Michelle is available to help alleviate the stress by increasing health literacy and fall prevention through increased accessibility. Michelle will collaborate with you to increase the quality of life and independence for you or your loved one.
Michelle graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy from Texas Woman’s University in 1992. She then completed her Master of Healthcare Leadership from Western Governors University in 2019 and is currently enrolled in the post-professional doctorate program at the University of St. Augustine where she is employed as contributing faculty.
In the last 28 years, Michelle has pursued several career paths that included travel therapy in Virginia, Georgia, California and Texas. She has previously worked in acute care and inpatient rehabilitation hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, home health, work hardening, outpatient therapy, pediatrics, hand therapy, the neonatal intensive care unit, long term acute care, documentation auditing, public schools and teaching Occupational Therapy Assistant students as an adjunct professor in three programs in North Texas respectively.
Empower lifelong independence and reduce falls and unplanned hospitalizations
Partner with the community dwelling adult to increase independence, quality of life, and reduce fall risks to allow aging in the environment they choose