Meet Megan | Speech-Language Pathologist

Meet Megan, a speech-language pathologist at Solace Pediatric Home Healthcare. A member of the Solace team for nearly three years, Megan earned undergraduate and graduate degrees at the University of Central Oklahoma. She also serves as a clinical mentor, onboarding success coach and graduate student supervisor. What do you like most about your job? I love the unique patient and

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Community Outreach | Main Park

Rehab Rockstars and Walkie Talkies, two teams from the Northern Colorado region (Greeley, Loveland, Fort Collins, Windsor, Johnstown and more), hosted a fall-themed outreach event on Sept. 10 for our families at Main Park in Windsor. There were several stations with sensory bins, face painting, water guns, crafting, and Big Bubbles for families to enjoy. In addition, snacks and books

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Meet Marissa | Speech-Language Pathologist

Meet Marissa, a speech-language pathologist at Solace Pediatric Home Healthcare. A member of our team for two years, she earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Misericordia University in Dallas, PA. Describe your role at Solace. I evaluate and provide service to clients in the areas of articulation/phonological disorders, receptive/expressive language, feeding, fluency, executive functioning, pragmatics and augmentative-alternative communication. What do

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Meet Joseph | Physical Therapist

Meet Joseph, a physical therapist and member of the Solace team since 2019. He earned his undergraduate degree in kinesiology from Michigan State University and his doctorate of physical therapy from D’Youville College in Buffalo, NY. Describe your role at Solace. As a physical therapist, my roles and responsibilities are to improve a child’s safety in the home, help them

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Local Teen with Cerebral Palsy Celebrates Accomplishments with Physical Therapy Team

Cerebral Palsy (CP), a disorder that affects a person’s ability to move and maintain balance and posture, is caused by abnormal brain development or damage to the developing brain that affects a person’s ability to control their muscles.  According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CP is the most common motor disability in childhood. It affects approximately four

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In-Home Therapy Provides Comfort and Convenience for Families With Premature Infants

Occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech therapy and feeding therapy all address specific developmental challenges that preemies may face Over the last several years, technology has improved so much that it’s now possible for infants and children with complex medical needs or developmental disabilities to receive comprehensive treatment in the comfort of their own home. Infants or children discharged from the

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