Scott is a pediatric SLP with experience working with a broad range of children. Scott has lectured nationally and internationally on the topic of communication disorders related in part to sensory processing/sensory integration dysfunction. Scott received his undergraduate degree for Eastern Kentucky University and his master degree from the University of Cincinnati. In 1999 Scott was one of the founders of Kid Power Therapy Services, Inc. and is currently an owner/therapist.
Erin is a pediatric speech/language pathologist. Erin received her undergraduate degree from Miami University and her master’s degree from the University of Cincinnati. She met Scott and Lisa Fox at her first job, together they decided to open a family centered clinic. She has experience working with children and young adults ranging in age from 18 months to 24 years of age with a wide variety of abilities. She really enjoys connecting with each child to develop individualized treatment plans in Kid Power’s sensory based clinic. Erin has attended many courses over the years to deepen her understanding of her client’s ever-changing needs. While not at Kid Power, Erin can be found enjoying the outdoors, attending her daughters’ sporting events, volunteering and spending time with family.
Lisa is a pediatric occupational therapist with more than 20 years experience as a clinic based therapist. Lisa received her degree in Occupational Therapy at Eastern Kentucky University. Lisa and her husband Scott started Kid Power in 1999 as a family/client oriented clinic for children and young adults with sensory and speech and language needs. Their mission has continued to be to meet the needs of the children in a fun, sensory rich environment that motivates and facilitates the child to reach their maximum potential. Since college she has attended and put into practice several continuing education courses and techniques including, Therapeutic Listening, Wilbarger Pressure Touch Protocol, Interactive Metronome, various courses in sensory processing and regulation and introductory courses in Crainosacral treatments. Lisa has had the privilege of working alongside some of the most experienced OT’s in the country as a therapist at Camp Avanti. Lisa works primarily in the clinic at Kid Power in one on one sessions, co treatments and small groups.
Kari is a pediatric Speech and Language Pathologist. She received her B.S. and M.A. Ed., from Eastern Kentucky University. Kari joined Kid Power in June 2006. She currently lives in Owensville, Ohio with her husband, Brian and two sons, Ben and Nate. She has experience working with children in the clinical setting; as well as, public and private schools. Kari is familiar with completing ETR (evaluation team report) and IEP’s (individualized education plan) and has an understanding of the most current process and laws surrounding school services. Kari works with children with a wide range of abilities and ages. Kari attends courses to keep current with traditional and new intervention techniques including areas such as oral motor, sensory integration, ADHD, autism, Interactive Metronome, and social skills. She also has experience in co-treatment with occupational therapists and incorporating speech and language therapy during sensory integration therapy.
Ryan is a Speech & Language Pathologist. What started as an interest his freshman year of college in a pragmatics course lead to his current passion and profession. He earned his Bachelor’s degree at Ohio University in Hearing Speech and Language Sciences with a minor in Linguistics. Ryan’s educational journey continued at Ohio University by earning his Master’s degree in Speech Pathology. He has provided speech and language services to individuals ranging in age from 2-90, with a wide range of strengths, weaknesses, and disabilities. In his free time, Ryan likes to stay active outdoors. He has been married since 2013 and shares 4 dogs (Jade, Sasha, Tyson, Bella) with his beautiful wife Marissa.
Joyce has been working full time with Kid Power Therapy Services since 2008 as an occupational therapist. She is a graduate of Central Michigan University, where she earned a B.S. degree in biology and therapeutic recreation. After working for several years as a recreation therapist with teens and adults with varying disabilities in hospital and community based settings, she pursued further education and graduated from Eastern Michigan University with a B.S. in occupational therapy in 1996. Since that time Joyce has gained nearly 20 years of experience, mainly in pediatrics and with an emphasis in sensory processing disorders, and autism spectrum disorders. Most of her experience has been in private clinics, although she has also provided school based therapy to a broad age range of students, ranging from an early intervention program, to school aged services from KG through the high school years. Joyce is a trained provider in Therapeutic Listening, as well as Interactive Metronome. She is knowledgeable in the use of the Wilbarger Thera-pressure Protocol, Astronaut Training, and the Zones of Regulation Curriculum. Joyce also has training in the Handwriting Without Tears curriculums as well as Keyboarding Without Tears. Joyce has also completed many courses related to sensory processing/praxis along with courses on core muscles development and reflex integration. In her free time, she enjoys the outdoors and has a great love for hiking and canoeing in the north woods!
Abby is a pediatric occupational therapist. She began volunteering at an outpatient clinic alongside a team of OTs, PTs, and SLPs when she was 16. It was through this experience that she fell in love with occupational therapy. Abby attended The Ohio State University during undergraduate where she studied Human Development and Family Studies. She earned her Master’s Degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of Pittsburgh. Her passion lies in working with children with Autism, Sensory Processing Disorder, and Apraxia. Some of the techniques and interventions Abby has exposure to include: UNC TEACCH strategies, Social Thinking curriculum (Incredible Flexible You and Superflex), Zaner-Bloser (handwriting), Zones of Regulation (emotional regulation), Therapeutic Listening, Astronaut Training, and the Wilbarger Therapressure Protocol (sensory defensiveness and modulation of arousal level).
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