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Historia wykonania gra też grahama dorringtona który jest nieco sławę a 's of Divinity and is currently at VCU doing a social work degree and Julia who has started at CC. Her older daughter is legally blind from birth and received various therapy through EI and school, so she has lots of first hand experience on the other side as well. loves working with children and families to help them through their challenges and joys of raising children with special needs. Cherie studied Speech-Language Pathology and Social Work at Texas Christian University. She then earned her of Science Communication Disorders at The University of Texas at Dallas. She has primarily worked with students aged 1 their homes, schools and online Her clinical interests include articulation disorders, early language development delays, and augmentative alternative communication She has experience with students with autism, Down's Syndrome, intellectual disabilities, and learning disabilities. Her treatment sessions are often multisensory, literacy and play-based, including music, movement, crafts and games as appropriate. When not at work she is spending time with her spouse, Isaac, and one year old She loves dancing, cooking, and college football is a native who completed her undergraduate studies Human Development at Tech. After discovering a passion for the holistic nature of occupational therapy, she graduated from VCU 2015 with a 's Occupational Therapy. While graduate school, she specialized pediatrics with a post-baccalaureate certificate disability leadership. has a passion for supporting people of all abilities engage with the world around them through meaningful activities and roles. Most recently she has worked with children with diagnoses ADHD, autism, cerebral palsy, developmental delay, genetic disorders, motor planning difficulties. During treatment, she pulls from a variety of therapeutic approaches, including sensory integration, to best serve each child and their family. When she isn't at work, enjoys spending time with her husband, running, hiking, and reading. She looks forward to meeting you and your child!​​​​ Alford graduated with her BS Occupational Therapy and has provided occupational therapy services to children of all ages with developmental disabilities for the past 20 years. She enjoys working with children and their families to build skills and find other strategies to improve the quality of life for the entire family. has completed her 's Organizational Leadership and is currently working on her Doctorate of Occupational Therapy She has received training sensory integration sensory processing disorders, Beckman Oral Motor Exercises, Talk Tools, and NDT. When she is not working, is active volunteer at her church and her community and enjoys traveling. McGlynn grew up St. Missouri. She received a B.A. philosophy from Marquette University Milwaukee, WI. After working with school children South Africa, decided to pursue a degree occupational therapy. She received her Doctorate of Occupational Therapy from Creighton University Omaha, Nebraska. was privileged to study at the Adoption Clinic at University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital. She completed her doctorate work providing services and training on sensory processing and child development for the Missionaries of Charity Sri Lanka. began working as occupational therapist children's hospitals. She then transitioned to travel therapy, exploring the different environments and ways that occupational therapists assist children all over the country. She has worked pediatric clinics, schools, hospitals, and early intervention. Seeing tremendous overlap between physical and mental health, returned to school. While working as occupational therapist, she is also obtaining a Doctor of Psychology degree at Divine University Arlington, Having both psychology and occupational therapy training has lead to respect each child even more! When is not going to school or working, she likes to travel, hike, run, and learn about animals. She used to work at a zoo! loves to spend time with her fiancé Nick and her dogs Beaux and Thales. She is excited to get to know each family and child she meets at Spot On! Phaedra is originally from the Pittsburgh area; her extended family lives there- Go Steelers! She received undergraduate degree Speech Pathology Audiology at Clarion University of Pennsylvania 1994. After moving to VA, she earned her 's degree Communication Sciences and Disorders from University and has twenty years' experience working with pediatrics the public school setting, hospital, clinic and private settings and early intervention. Her passion is working with service teams and families of infants and toddlers to educate and coach early communication development. Phaedra is board certified by the American Speech Language Hearing Association, Commonwealth of Board of Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology, and the Commonwealth of Department of Behavioral and Development Services. She is trained PECS The Picture Exchange Communication System and TEACCH- Treatment and Education of Autistic and other related Communication handicapped Children from The University of North at Chapel Hill, and LAMP-Language Acquisition through Motor Planning from Commonwealth University. She has experience all areas of pediatric speech language and communication disorders including training use of AAC-Augmentative and Alternative Communication. her