We specialize in pediatric physical, occupational and speech therapy. We provide therapy in a barn, allowing children to utilize a natural environment to help motivate them as well as providing functional tasks in a natural setting. Animals are also used to assist in the therapy sessions as appropriate.
We have 2 horses, Danny and Beanie and a miniature horse, Stanley. We also have rabbits, Fred and Gertie and their babies, Clover, Spout and Alfalfa. Coming in the spring we will have 2 goats, Henry and Gus. These animals will be used as part of our animal assisted therapy and hippotherapy.
We offer pediatric physical therapy for:
gait training and mobility issues
gross motor concerns
We provide pediatric occupational therapy for:
Sensory integration and processing
Executive function disorders
Physical disabilities of the upper extremities
Self care and Activities of Daily Living
Visual motor and visual perceptual
We offer pediatric speech therapy for:
Speech and Language
Oral motor skills
Amy is a graduate of The Ohio State University with a degree in Physical Therapy. She has over 25 years of experience working with pediatrics as both an outpatient therapist and in the school environment. Amy grew up with horses, and is excited to combine her love of children with her love of animals. She has completed the Level 1 Hippotherapy course and is a member of the American Hippotherapy Association.
Audra graduated from Eastern Kentucky University with a degree in Occupational Therapy. She has 25 years of experience, the first 10 being on an adult psychiatric unit and also inpatient adult rehab. Since 2004 Audra has work in pediatrics with both outpatient and school experience. She has completed the Level 1 Hippotherapy course and is a member of the American Hippotherapy Association. She is also certified with the Zaner-Bloser handwriting course and has been to courses on autism spectrum disorder, executive function disorder, sensory processing disorder and various courses on physical disabilities. Audra is currently seeking her masters in occupational therapy from Mt. Mary University.
Carey is a graduate of Miami University with a degree in speech/language pathology. She has 20 years of experience working with pediatrics in both private practice and in the school environment. She has extensive experience providing play based therapy for our youngest patients as well as experience with articulation, oral motor, language development and social skills.
Please contact us directly with any questions, comments, or scheduling inquiries you may have.
4653 Oxford-Trenton Rd. Oxford, OH 45056
Monday - Friday: hours coming soon. Opening June 2019
Saturday - Sunday: Closed