Live Facebook Chat presented by THERAPY 2000 & NICU Helping Hands

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Tuesday, December 16th, 2014

Understanding the Developmental Needs of Your Post NICU Baby

Join NICU Helping Hands and therapy experts from THERAPY 2000
for a LIVE Facebook chat on Tuesday, December 16th, 2014 from 1-2pm CST.

Cuyler Romeo, OTR, M.O.T., SCFES

is a NICU trained and board certified feeding specialist who currently serves as the Director of Clinical Innovation at THERAPY 2000 while developing the High Risk Infant and Feeding Specialty programs. She was recently appointed as the BASC board member for AOTA and will be promoting feeding specialty at the national level. Cuyler enjoys teaching professionally, working with families and advocating for a holistic family-centered approach to feeding and infant care.

Heather Pitner, PT, MPT, C.I.M.T

has been a physical therapist specializing in pediatrics for the past 12 years. She currently serves as Regional Therapy Director with THERAPY 2000. She is also a certified infant massage teacher. Since 2011, Heather has worked in management with THERAPY 2000 and has enjoyed mentoring therapists in order to help them maintain the agency’s high standards of care, especially with the high-risk infant program.

Paige Howell, M.S., CCC-SLP

is a Hanen-certified Speech-Language Pathologist who specializes in pediatrics with emphasis in early childhood. She is a graduate of The University of Texas at Dallas-Callier Center and spent several years working in the public school setting as teh Early Childhood lead where she helped pilot several early leaning programs for speech and language. She currently serves as a Team Manager and Clinical Specialist for feeding and high-risk infants in THERAPY 2000’s Fort Worth division. She is passionate about home health care and helping parents advocate for their child.

Therapy 2000 provides occupational, physical, and speech therapy services to children (birth-21) with special needs, including disabilities, developmental delays and autism spectrum disorders. Their mission is to improve the lives of everyone they work with, including their valuable patients and families as well as the therapists and staff who work within the company.

Bring ALL the therapy questions you have about the continued development of your post NICU baby! You don’t want to miss this opportunity!

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