Southeastern Therapyfor Kids is an independently owned multi-disciplinary practice serving the Hampton Roads area since 1993. Southeastern Therapy for Kids provides physical, occupational and speech therapy services to meet the rehabilitation needs of patients, their physicians and parents. We work with children from birth to adulthood providing timely, individualized therapy services in a caring environment through the personalized attention of a committed staff.Our Staff
Beth works with patients who have difficulty with speech, language, voice, and cognitive function, as well as, patients who have oral-motor feeding difficulties. She has a wide range of experience with both the pediatric and adult population including those with oral aversion, articulation disorders, and communication disorders resulting from stroke, brain injury, and dementia.
Janice specializes in pediatrics and thoroughly enjoys working with children who have cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, developmental delay, Autism, torticollis, and other genetic and neurological conditions. She also enjoys treating adults with traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, and other neurological disorders. She has experience working in the school system, in-patient and out-patient setting.
Erin is an Occupational Therapist who received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Shepherd University in 2009 and her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy from Shenandoah University in 2011.
Erin enjoys providing skilled intervention to the pediatric population with Autism Spectrum Disorder, developmental delay, fine motor concerns, visual perceptual difficulties, social skills training, sensory processing disorders, and handwriting. She also enjoys providing skilled intervention to the adult population with neurological disorders. She is fueled with a passion to help others and serve the Virginia Beach community.
Katie enjoys working with both the pediatric and adult population. She has experience working with language, fluency, articulation, voice and swallowing. She has also provided therapy for children with cochlear implants, Autism, and children requiring augmentative and alternative communication devices. Katie enjoys working with adults who have suffered from CVA's and traumatic brain injuries.
Kathryn enjoys working with adults and pediatric clients with a wide range of needs and diverse diagnoses. Most of Kathryn's out of college education and training has focused on the treatment of neurologically based disabilities, specifically CVA, Parkinson's and MS. Outside of work Kathryn enjoys spending time with family and friends and staying active outside!
Tracey is a Speech-Language Pathologist where she specializes in pediatric Speech Therapy. She is also a full time-school based Speech Pathologist. Tracey has experience with treating articulation, oral-motor, language, and fluency disorders, as well as, providing treatment to autistic and severely impaired patients in need of assistive and/or alternative communication systems.
Shkia is a Speech-Language Pathologist. She received her BA in Speech-Language Pathology from Elizabeth City State University in 2004 and her M.A. in Communicative Sciences and Disorders from Hampton University in 2008.
Shkia has experience in treating and providing skilled intervention to the pediatric population in the areas of articulation, language, fluency, oral-motor and Autism. She also provides skilled intervention amongst the geriatric population in the areas of cognition, speech-language, voice and swallowing disorders. She enjoys working with the pediatric as well as geriatric community and has a passion for helping others.
Lil brings many years of experience working in the public schools to Southeastern Therapy for Kids, where she specializes in treatment of the pediatric population. She has worked extensively with children who have articulation, language, and fluency impairments, as well as those with cognitive delays and autism spectrum disorders. She tailors her treatment methods to the specific needs of the child, including those in need of augmentative and alternative communication systems.
Blake specializes in pediatric speech and language therapy. Blake has experience in treating and providing skilled intervention to the pediatric population in the areas of articulation, language, fluency, as well as those with cognitive delays and autism spectrum disorders. She also has experience working in the school system and enjoys working with schools and families to help best meet the specific needs of each child.
Randy works with patients who have difficulty with speech, language, voice, cognition, memory, and swallowing. He has also treated patients requiring therapy for stuttering and vocal injury, as well as patients requiring training for augmentative communication devices. Randy is certified as a provider for the Compton P-ESL foreign-accent modification program. His treatment background includes a wide range of adult, pediatric, and multi-cultural populations, including those with communication and swallowing disorders resulting from stroke, brain injury, developmental disability, and dementia.
Randy has also facilitated an aphasia support group for patient's suffering loss of language & speech skills due to stroke or head injury.
Virginia Beach, VA
Phone: 757.467.1900 ext. 204