Natalie Udwin recently returned to Atlanta and opened Sprocket Therapy, an occupational therapy practice in Sandy Springs.
The graduate of the former Greenfield Hebrew Academy (now Atlanta Jewish Academy) and Woodward Academy opened the Georgia branch of Sprocket Therapy, which offers “colorful, community-based occupational therapy services to kids and adults with a heavy emphasis on feeding therapy, primitive reflex integration and sensory integration therapy.”
“We have a strong infant development program too,” said Udwin, who operates the practice with her wife Barb, who is also an occupational therapist. The couple and their young son Ari recently moved from Nashville and joined Congregation B’nai Torah, where Udwin was a member before she left Atlanta. Ari also attends camp there.