Meet our Occupational Therapists

Andrew David OTR/L

Andrew graduated from The University of Mississippi with a B.A. in Psychology in 2011 and from The University of Mississippi Medical Center with a Masters in Occupational Therapy in 2013. He is a guitarist and pianist and plays in several bands in Natchez and is avid fan of the Atlanta Braves, New Orleans Saints, and Ole Miss Athletics. 

Cathy Roboski OTR/L

Cathy graduated from Northeast LA University in 1988, she is a co-owner of Key Rehab Associates Inc. and has 30 years of experience as an OT. She feels very blessed to love what she does so much and thinks we have a wonderful staff who all place patient needs first. 

Danielle Russell OTR/L

​Danielle is married to Jason and is the very busy mom of 3 girls. She is very devoted to her church and takes a mission trip to Haiti every year. Danielle has been with Key Rehab since its opening in 1999.

Gabriel Bass OTR/L

Gabe graduated from ULM and before becoming an OT, he was a COTA for 5 years. He has been married for 6 years and is a father of 2. Gabe loves music (listening and playing) and has a random degree in construction. 

Anna Grace Roboski COTA/L

Anna Grace is an Occupational Therapist Assistant and she graduated from Pearl River Community College and loves books, chocolate, and Jesus. 

Ashley Hester COTA/L

Ashley is an Occupational Therapist Assistant and she graduated from Pearl River Community College. She is happily married to Matthew Hester and enjoys cooking, playing with her dogs Ellie, Huck, and Rayne and enjoys spending time with her family.

Christina Alessi COTA/L

Christina is an Occupational Therapist Assistant and she graduated from the University of Louisiana at Monroe in 2014 she is engaged to be married, loves her cat Nala, and spending time with her family.

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Occupational Therapists at Key Rehab strive to make sure that all of their patients can be as independent as possible at whatever they want to do. They evaluate each client to determine their specific needs and goals and work with the patient/caregiver to assure that all needs are being met. Our Occupational Therapists treat

  • A variety of hand and shoulder dysfunctions through manual techniques, exercise, and functional activity

  • Children with a variety of diagnoses to include autism, sensory processing disorders, fine motor delays, and general developmental delay

  • Patients of all ages to gain/re-gain their maximum level of independence with self care skills, work and school related activities, and recreational/leisure activities

By using their understanding of growth and development, performance skills, and the psychological impact of illness or injury, they assist their clients in overcoming the obstacles that limit their independence. Occupational Therapy gets you back to the “SKILL OF LIVING!”