Great Neck Office
Located near the Sentara Virginia Beach General Hospital, on First Colonial Road near Old Donation Road, our Southeastern Therapy for Kids Great Neck clinic provides speech therapy, occupational therapy, as well as pediatric physical therapy with experienced therapists in a caring environment. Southeastern Therapy for Kids provides pediatric physical 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.
At Southeastern Therapy for Kids, we go above and beyond when it comes to the treatment of our young patients. Our goal is to make their experience as close to “play time” as possible. Our specially-trained pediatric physical therapists work one-on-one with our young patients to help them, encourage progress, and form lasting bonds. In addition, our pediatric physical therapists work to improve a child’s gross motor ability (large muscle groups) which facilitate improved mobility, coordination and balance.
We’ll also do everything in our power to accommodate your busy schedule – including getting your child in for an appointment within 24 hours. Whether your child needs physical therapy, occupational therapy, or speech therapy, we’re here for you. Our friendly Great Neck, Virginia Beach staff is happy to walk you through necessary paperwork and assist in any way possible, including insurance questions and scheduling. We’ll even call your insurance company for you to help you understand your benefits. The Southeastern Therapy for Kids team has partnered with Ivy Rehab in their joint mission to offer more services and an exceptional patient experience. The same caring staff at Southeastern Therapy for Kids will continue offer the same great service their patients have come to expect.
Kate DalmanMS, CCC-SLP
Great Neck Clinic Manager
Kate is a speech-language pathologist that comes to SPT with over 10 years of experience in pediatrics. She received her Bachelor of the Arts in Communication Sciences and Disorders as well as English from James Madison University in 2003. Kate graduated with a Master of Science in speech-language pathology from James Madison University in 2005 and relocated to Virginia Beach to begin her career. Kate has extensive experience in outpatient settings and has been a certified early intervention provider. Kate enjoys a multidisciplinary approach and has been a part of several evaluation teams providing in-home services. She transitioned back to an outpatient setting following the birth of her daughter, and enjoys working in a team environment with support from occupational and physical therapists. Kate specializes in language acquisition, early childhood language and articulation development, and enjoys working with different families on a weekly basis. Kate has experiences in feeding disorders, treating children with autism, fluency, and severe phonological process disorders and apraxia.
Kelli WeatherholtMS, CF-SLP
Kelli is a licensed speech-language pathologist who earned her bachelor’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, TX. She received her master’s degree in the same field of study from West Texas A&M University in Canyon, TX. She is a former pre-kindergarten teacher who uses her skills in developmentally appropriate curriculum building to implement dynamic treatment activities for all styles of learning. She has experience treating individuals with communication disorders across the life span. From pediatric to geriatric age ranges, Kelli takes a functional approach to creating goals that will improve overall communicative ability and enhance quality of life. She has experience treating preschool and school-age children with delays and disorders pertaining to articulation, stuttering, and receptive and expressive language. Additionally, she has worked with adults who suffer cognitive-linguistic deficits after sustaining a stroke, head injury, or neurological disease.
Samantha ThayerMS, OTR/L
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Bianca DunnMS, OTR/L
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