In celebration of National Occupational Therapy Month, please meet Rachel Ryan, COTA/L with Encore Rehabilitation-Cullman!
Rachel is a graduate of Danville High School and holds a Occupational Therapy Assistant degree from Wallace State Community College. She has worked for Encore Rehabilitation for almost two years. She says, “My favorite part about working with children is coming up with fun treatment ideas and getting to see them grow and learn!”
Thank you for all you do, Rachel! Happy National Occupational Therapy Month!
Say hello to the Encore Rehabilitation – Cullman Pediatric Rehab Staff!
Pictured left to right: Jenna Sanders, SLP; Kaci McAfee, SLPA; Kymberlee Sherrell, SLP; Kimberly Stansell, Receptionist; Leslie Perry, COTA: Ariel Tucker, OT; and Rachel Terry, SLP.
Encore Rehabilitation has been providing full-service Pediatric Therapy services including Occupational, Physical, and Speech Therapy in the Cullman area for many years. We are happy to answer your questions regarding Pediatric Therapy.
Call us if your child requires Pediatric Therapy Services. Our experienced and qualified staff are here to help!
Grayson Richardson has Down Syndrome and attends the Ocean Springs Pediatric Clinic for Speech Therapy. He smiles all the time and has a special talent for remembering the name of everyone he meets at the clinic. You have a great smile, Grayson!
Santa stopped by the clinic on Monday, December 11th to visit all the kids. We enjoy Santa’s visit every year! Merry Christmas from Ocean Springs Pediatric Clinic and Encore Rehabilitation!
Kyler and Braiden invite you to come enjoy the Encore Rehabilitation Tree at Tuscaloosa’s Tinsel Trail! The Trail is open until January 14th and is free for viewing on Tuscaloosa’s Riverwalk!
Tinsel Trail is a project of Tuscaloosa’s One Place, a Family Resource Center, (TOP) a 501(c)(3) organization, dedicated to making a difference in the lives of local families. TOP serves over 8,500 people per year through afterschool programs, parenting and fatherhood, healthy relationship education, career development, GED classes, and teen intervention programs. Proceeds from Tinsel Trail are used to support these programs and serve the local community in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.