Jacqueline Grimenstein, PT,CKTP, C/NDT received her bachelor’s degree in physical therapy from the University of Pittsburgh in 1974. She is a certified Kinesiotaping Practitioner and presents courses on the use of a variety of taping medium in conjunction with strengthening for the pediatric population. She is a member of NDTA where she is a PT instructor and currently sits on their Board of Directors, Instructor Group Executive Committee, Conference Planning Committee and Centers of Excellence Committee. She is currently the Community Rehabilitation Education Coordinator at Weisman Children’s Rehabilitation Hospital in Marlton, NJ. She has spent her career treating children with neurological impairments with an emphasis on children with severe disabilities. She has practiced in a wide variety of settings including over 20 years in rehab, the NICU and over 30 years within school settings. She served as an adjunct professor at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia where she taught Intro to Pediatrics and Advanced Pediatrics and a guest lecturer at University of Delaware and Neumann University. She was a steering committee member of the International Pediatric Collaborative that assisted with the re-standardization the WeeFim and currently sits on their Best Practices and Outcomes committee. She presents continuing education courses on NDT, Therapeutic Taping in Pediatrics and Functional Exercise and Strengthening for the Child with Neurological Impairments both nationally and internationally.