Michele Audet, M.M.Sc., P.T., A.P.T./S.M.S.

Physical Therapist

The Children's Medical Office Building at Scottish Rite

Education and Training
  • Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy: Russell Sage College, 1977.
  • M.M.Sc. in Physical Therapy with clinical specialization in pediatrics: Emory University, 1983.
  • Post-graduate Fellowship at the Child Development Center: Georgetown University, 1981.

  • Utilizing assistive technology for power mobility for the severely motor impaired child
  • Seating and positioning children with severe deformities
  • Research

  • Certified Assistive Technology Professional-ATP
  • Certified Seating and Mobility Specialist

Roles and Responsibilities
  • Run the Seating and Mobility Clinic and evaluate all the custom seating and mobility needs for children throughout the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta system

Career Highlights
  • Physical Therapist for 35 years, all in the area of pediatrics
  • Clinical experience includes acute care, rehabilitation, outpatient therapy, NICU and school therapy
  • March 2010: presented paper on preliminary results of power mobility research project to the 26th International Seating Symposium in Vancouver, BC, Canada
  • March 2011: presented paper on neuromuscular spinal deformities in children and the challenges of custom molded seating to the 27th International Seating Symposium in Nashville, TN
  • March 2012: presented instructional session on neuromuscular spinal deformities in children: from planar seating to custom molding to the 28th International Seating Symposium in Vancouver, BC, Canada