Casey Primeau DeLang

Assistive Technology Specialist, Occupational Therapist, Registered and Licensed, CA

Growing up, I loved crafting with mediums such as clay, upcycled materials, and 3D printing. While earning my Bachelor’s degree in Neuroscience and Cognitive Science, I found that I wanted to find a career where I could combine applied brain science with my love for art and play. Teaching swim lessons, working at an art therapy-based day program with adults with developmental disabilities, and peer mentoring in an inclusive college program with transition-age youth with intellectual disabilities shaped my practice today. I found that adapting environments, tasks, and activities to maximize independence is the ultimate creative endeavor. I use this creativity daily in my OT practice, keeping interventions playful, inclusion-focused, and client-driven.

While I pursued my Doctor of Occupational Therapy degree from Boston University, I completed my doctoral residency in Assistive Technology. Technology can be an incredibly powerful tool that I love to explore, hone, and share with teams. Throughout my career, I have enjoyed presenting at state and national conferences, engaging in research, and mentoring other therapists. I have been thrilled to be a member of the wonderful GHS team and currently work with students in public and nonpublic elementary, middle, and high schools as well as local transition programs.

Treatment Approach

Team-oriented, Inclusive, Creative, Child and Family-led, Flexible


Assistive Technology, Full Inclusion, Assessment (including Independent Educational Evaluations), Research (including SP3D validation), Developmental Disabilities, Neuroscience, Transition, Executive Functioning

Other areas of continuing education: Handwriting without Tears, 3D Printing in Rehabilitation, Trauma-Informed Care, Executive Functioning, Transition-Age Supports (high school, college, employment), Art Therapy, Evidence-based practice research

Joined GHS

Years in practice

Alma Mater

University of Arizona, B.S. in Neuroscience and Cognitive Science

Boston University, O.T.D. Doctor of Occupational Therapy

California State University Northridge, A.T.A.C.P. Assistive Technology Applications Certificate



Additional Certifications

Assistive Technology Applications Certificate

Certificate in Developmental Disabilities, Sonoran University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities

Certified in the Size Matters Handwriting Program

STAR Level 1 Mentorship