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Kendall Gaffney Named Regional Clinical Manager at Solace Pediatric Healthcare
Solace Pediatric Healthcare announced today that Kendall Gaffney has been named Regional Clinical Manager.
In her new role, Kendall will lead Team Steamboat, one of six regions in the state of Colorado. She will support a team of 50 clinicians, assisting them with documentation, clinical questions, and a variety of daily situations that occur while working with families.
An accomplished certified occupational therapist assistant (COTA), Kendall joined the Solace team in 2021 and has served in a variety of leadership roles, including Onboarding Success Coach and Fieldwork Educator.
She recently started her own podcast called “The Assistant Voice,” which focuses on the therapy assistant clinician experience. She provides tips and tricks on being a successful clinician and how to utilize a collaborative approach within the Therapy Assistant Program.
Kendall earned her Occupational Therapy Assistant’s degree from New England Institute of Technology, and her Bachelor’s degree in Applied Psychology from Bryant University.
Solace Pediatric Healthcare is proud to be a part of the Care Options for Kids Community, the leading provider of pediatric nursing, family caregiver, occupational, physical, speech, and feeding therapy services. Since 2005, our clinicians have provided pediatric care to children from birth to 21 years of age. At Care Options for Kids, we’ve instilled a culture built on trust, communication, teamwork, and accountability.
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