About Us

Lynne Fleming OTR/L

Lynne is an occupational therapist with over 30 years experience. Lynne spent many years working primarily with youth who sustained traumatic brain injuries. She is currently working with area schools to develop their concussion protocols for returning students to academics. 

In addition to understanding Sensory Processing, Neurological Impairments and Autism, Lynne has extensive experience with treatment programs including Therapeutic Listening, Vestibular/Ocular motor treatment, Handwriting without Tears, the SOS Approach to Feeding, Picture Exchange Communication, Zones of Regulation, Trauma Informed Treatment, Reflex Integration and Functional Visual Skills. 

Gwen Sheen OTR/L

Gwen is a graduate of UNH.

She has over 20 years experience with children who have a variety of needs. Gwen has a strong interest in preschool and elementary children. She is trained in Therapeutic Listening, Handwriting without Tears and Reflex Integration. 

Gwen has a passion for helping kids gain valuable self-care and life skills using Sensory Integration approaches. 

Kimberly O'Donnell OTR/L

Kimberly is a graduate of UNH. Kimberly has a background in Early Childhood Education and Early Intervention. She enjoys using the modality of play to help children reach their functional goals. She has experience with Handwriting without Tears, Integration of Primitive Reflexes, Sensory Processing and is a Qualified Calibrator of the Assessment of Motor and Process Skills. Kim is leading our monthly trainings for Early Childhood Educators.

About Us

Anna Kane COTA/L

Anna is a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant. She has an extensive background in supporting children on the autism spectrum. She has had training in the Zones of Regulation and Social Thinking. She brings her creativity to developing programs that teach children self care and social participation. 

Amy Highstrom CCC SLP

Amy has been a Speech Language Pathologist for over 20 years. She specializes in pediatric Communication Disorders in the areas of Childhood Apraxia of Speech and Social Pragmatics.

Jon Clancy

Jon has been a practicing Speech Language Pathologist for over 20 years. He has a gentle manner with children and is able to bring a "man's point of view" when working with our adolescent clients. 

Jon has a passion for helping children succeed in school and in social settings.