Holly Cohen is the Program Manager of the Assistive Technology Service at NYU Langone Medical Center. Along with her clinical experience, she holds certification in assistive technology from the Rehabilitation and Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North America and has a specialty certification in environmental modifications from the AOTA. She has been an adjunct professor in the Department of the Occupational Therapy in the Steinhardt School at New York University since 2005 and has lectured at national conferences focusing on technology use for individuals with disabilities. A previous interview with her was posted in the Rusk podcast series on October 29, 2015. It had a focus on a Driving Rehabilitation program, which she started and continues to manage. In this interview, Holly focuses on how assistive technology is used in occupational therapy to treat patients.