Angie Dallmann Marino received her Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of Florida in 1992, and her Masters of Occupational Therapy in 2010, also from The University of Florida.
Angie has practiced in the central and east Florida regions for the past 25 years. She has worked as an Occupational Therapist in various skilled nursing facilities in the Central Florida region concentrating on the geriatric population. Angie has been a therapy director for many skilled nursing facilities, to include managing multiple facilities at the same time. Angie presently works for Accomplish Therapy, LLC as the Therapy Director for both University Centers East and West in Deland, Florida.
Over the last three years Angie has added animal assisted therapy to her practice. She authored a book about animal assisted therapy with Henri Nolin. The title of the book is Therapy Dogs: Has Medicine Gone to the Dogs?
Angie is the mother of two very active teen girls. Her yellow Labrador, Simba, is being trained to be a therapy dog. Angie has presented papers on animal assisted therapy at Florida Occupational Therapy State Association and Georgia Occupational Therapy Association conferences.