Fernanda María Suppicich graduated in Occupational Therapy, graduated from the National University of San Martín. In 2008, she won a scholarship to conduct an exchange in the Master’s Program in Occupational Therapy at the University of New Mexico, USA, by Diane Parham, Ph.D. Together with Terry K. Crowe, Ph.D., she co-authored the article “Occupational Therapy in Argentina,” published in 2012. In 2010, she completed the Postgraduate Degree in Occupational Therapy in Adult Neurological Disease, University of Favaloro . In 2012, she undertook a training experience in various European countries, including volunteering at the Alfred Solokowski Hospital – Neurology and Neurosurgery (Walzbrych, Poland) and attending the University Hospital of Eppendorf, performing a rotation in the department Of Neurology – Research and Clinic (Hamburg, Germany). In addition, she completed the training and calibration for the implementation of the “Assessment of Motor and Process Skills” (AMPS) tool in Middlesbrough, England. In May of 2015, she was invited by the company ProWalk and by the University Hospital of Eppendorf-Hamburg in Germany, to deepen her training in two techniques of motor rehabilitation. She currently serves as Deputy Director of the Department of Occupational and Recreational Therapy, performing tasks related to both the clinic and research. Together with a group of professionals, he is in charge of the development and promotion of the Interdisciplinary Program of Management Evaluation.