District Chairs

Southwest District (Treasure Valley)

Katie Broderus

Katie is a licensed occupational therapist and is passionate about working with children. She loves to support and help each child she works with blossom into the unique individual they were meant to become. Katie eagerly applies her knowledge and creativity to each child and family she interacts with to best meet their needs. Katie served on the IOTA board as a student of the ISU MOT program and is looking forward to continuing her professional development by serving the IOTA Board as a practitioner! When not working, Katie enjoys spending time with her husband, baby, and dog. She also loves hiking, swimming, baking, and secretly loves to clean and organize!

Southwest District (Treasure Valley)

Bryn Foote

South Central District (Magic Valley)

Kylie Hohwieler OTR/L

Kylie graduated with a clinical doctorate from Creighton University Occupational Therapy Program in 2020. Kylie moved to Idaho and started her career in pediatric occupational therapy. Kylie currently works at Children's Therapy Place in Twin Falls. Kylie has a background with working in the Infant Toddler Program and currently works with children from 3-16 years old with developmental delays, sensory processing challenges, and ADHD/behavior concerns. Kylie, is a new momma to a sweet baby girl, Hallie, and enjoys spending time outdoors with her husband. Together they enjoy hiking, biking, boating, and skiing.

South Central District (Magic Valley)

Lisa Smallwood, OTR/L, BCPR, CNDT

Graduated with a Master of Science in Occupational Therapy in 2012 from Washington University in Saint Louis, MO. She began her career working in various rehabilitation settings in North Carolina and Minnesota with a focus on rehabilitation of neurological disorders, working as the lead therapist on a neuro team at the Mayo Clinic. She is a Certified Neuro-Developmental Treatment (CNDT) specialist and Board Certified in Physical Rehabilitation (BCPR) through the American Occupational Therapy Association. Her love for travel and adventure has led to clinical work in Haiti and Guatemala, and recently led her to Idaho as a traveling therapist where she worked with the hospital systems and now works at Advanced Hand Therapy in Twin Falls. She lives with her husband Eric, her son Samuel, and golden retriever Bert in Twin Falls and enjoys exploring the adventures Idaho has to offer. She looks forward to connecting with other occupational therapists in the Twin Falls area as a new Southwest regional rep.

Southeast District

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Southeast District

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Central District

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North District

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