Therapist Spotlight: Kambrie Phillips

Kambrie Phillips

SLP-Intern: Fort Worth Kambrie is a SLP-Intern from Amarillo, Texas. She obtained her Bachelor’s degree with a minor in psychology from West Texas A&M University and her Master’s degree from the University of North Texas. Throughout graduate school, she worked as an inpatient feeding technician under the speech therapists at Our Children’s House, assisting with […]

Chari-T2000 Spotlight- Adrian

“One Last Chance” Chari-T2000 helped Adrian and his family purchase a wheelchair-accessible van earlier this year, from money earmarked for vans. Adrian’s mother had searched a long time for help and kept hearing “no” and “we don’t have funding.”  Since she knew she was running out of options, she felt defeated, but she was determined […]

Save the Date for the North Texas Day of Giving

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With constant changes to health care coverage in the United States, families with disabled children often struggle to meet those children’s needs. From transportation to doctor’s appointments and providing care to disabled children to securing the equipment these children may require, many of these families must choose between   meeting other children’s needs and providing […]

Jeremiah receives much needed Doc Band with help from Chari-T2000


Chari-T2000 Success Story Jeremiah, a THERAPY 2000 patient, was in desperate need of a Doc Band orthotic helmet to help correct his plagiocephal, a flat spot on the back of his head. Though common in children, an orthotic helmet is needed to correct the issue. In Jeremiah’s case, Medicaid denied funding to purchase the helmet. […]