Pediatric Therapy Partners offers comprehensive sensory-based speech and occupational therapy services for children and their families living with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), ADHD, autistic spectrum disorders, sensory-based learning difficulties and other developmental and behavioral issues. Comprehensive assessments, individualized intervention, family support and consultation are available to enhance your child’s individual capabilities and foster independence.
Owner & Occupational Therapist, Sensory Integration Certified, Board Certified Neurofeedback
Occupational Therapist firstname.lastname@example.org Kay Born, OTR/L began Pediatric Therapy Partners in 2005 to help children and their families living with Sensory Processing Disorder. She received her Bachelor of Science in Allied Health Professions from The Ohio State University in 1994. She has been certified in the evaluation and treatment of children with Sensory Processing Disorder since 1998 and is approved to administer the SIPT (Sensory Integration and Praxis Test). She also has advanced training in Therapeutic Listening and the iLs Listening System. Kay completed an Intensive Mentorship at the STAR Center in Colorado in May 2009. She introduced neurofeedback to her practice in 2010. She earned her Board Certification in Neurofeedback in 2018.
Speech Language Pathologist
Nicole received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Walsh University. She then moved to Terre Haute Indiana to receive her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy from Indiana State University. Nicole enjoys the multi-sensory and play-based approach at PTP. She believes in the power of play to motivate and engage her clients.
In her spare time, Nicole enjoys being out on the water, baking, and traveling with family and friends.
Sue has been a Speech Pathologist for 28 years working with children in center based and home therapy services. She received her Bachelors of Science degree from Bowling Green State University and a Master of Arts degree from The Ohio State University. She comes to PTP after working 15 years in private practice and providing services to early intervention, preschool and school age children in their home. She has significant experience working in the areas of language development, speech sound disorders, apraxia of speech, AAC and autism. Sue enjoys working with young children and truly loves being part of their learning experiences. In her free time Sue enjoys craft activities, being outdoors and watching sports with her family. Sue is also a proud mother of three children who will all be attending college this coming fall.