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She works with kiddos with development delay and diagnoses such as Torticollis, Toe walking, Cerebral Palsy, Scoliosis, and others. Regardless of diagnosis, her goal with every patient is to facilitate normal movement patterns while challenging strength, balance, and coordination for age appropriate gross motor skills.

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Natalie is a board certified occupational therapist who earned her degree from SUNY Buffalo. Natalie has experience working with children and adults in a wide variety of treatment settings. She specializes in the use of ABA-based techniques for children with developmental disabilities. Natalie strives to provide individualized treatment and family-centered care to support optimal development for all her clients.

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We proposed that Raymond Williams’ idea of an artisticpractice could tie together both style in the general sense and a mode of filmproduction. Hollywood was, we claimed, a particular “mode of film practice,” abundle of characteristic artistic and labor-based activities. Williams explainedthe idea with a certain wooliness, but we saw what he was getting at:

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Katelyn is skilled in the treatment of phonological and articulation disorders, phonemic awareness deficits, fluency disorders, auditory processing disorders, hearing loss, autism, and language delays.

Certifications: CSCS, CCI, NSCA

Laura received her Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from Wingate University. Her passion for pediatrics developed in undergrad when she began assisting with an exercise class for special needs children, and she was able to pursue pediatrics even more so in graduate school by modifying a electronic car to fit a special little girl which provided her with the means of mobility. Laura currently volunteers for Miracle League in Charlotte and is on the fundraising board for Queen City Trykes – a chapter of AMBUCS Amtrykes – which provides children with modified tricycles. She is excited to be a part of Compleat KiDZ and looks forward to serving the community.

Certifications: Certified Athletic Trainer (CAT)

Nia has enjoyed working with children all of her professional career and even earned a degree in Elementary Education prior to pursuing her degree in Speech and Language Pathology. She is skilled in the treatment of a wide range of speech and language disorders, including articulations disorders, phonemic awareness, autism spectrum disorders, and fluency and language processing impairments.

Training: Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Elon University, 2016

Training: Undergrad degree in Human Development from Virginia Tech. Master’s degree in occupational therapy from Columbia University