Occupational Therapy (OT) focuses on developing motor skills, sensory processing abilities, eye-hand coordination, peer interaction, play and self-care skills to participate in daily life activities. Through direct service, home programs and assistive technology, therapists help children develop fine motor and sensory motor skills for school, work, play, leisure and self-help tasks.
Sheryl Harrington, OTR/L - Sheryl is a graduate of the University of Kansas and is currently certified in Interactive Metronome and Handwriting Without Tears’ The Print Tool. She has over 18 years of pediatric experience including residential school, outpatient, and public school settings. She enjoys creating adaptive solutions to meet children’s needs.
Crista Porter, OTR/L - Crista earned her Master of Occupational Therapy degree from the University of Kansas Medical Center in 2015. She has extensive fieldwork experience in working with children with disabilities.
Kasha Rebant, OTR/L - Kasha attended Washburn University to obtain a degree in Exercise Physiology. She then earned her Master of Occupational Therapy degree from The University of Kansas Medical Center in 2015. Kasha has experience working with people of all age groups in both medical and educational settings. She has found a special interest in the pediatric population which allows her to connect with both children and families to reach goals for the development of skills needed for a meaningful life.