General Booth Office
Located in the Strawbridge area of Virginia Beach, the General Booth office provides speech, occupational as well as physical therapy for children and adults with experienced therapists in a caring environment through the Pediatric and Neurological Division .
Southeastern Therapy for Kids provides 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.
General Booth Clinic Manager
Allison is an Occupational therapist who received her Bachelor’s of Health Science with emphasis on rehabilitative services from the University of Florida in 2005. She earned her Masters of Occupational Therapy from the University of St. Augustine for Health Science in 2007. She has worked with patients of all ages, from the assessment and treatment of newborns to adults. She has over eight years of experience specializing in pediatric practice.
Allison’s focus is improving her patients’ quality of life by enhancing their ability to function and giving them greater independence. She is skilled in helping patients with a wide range of disabilities including sensory processing impairments, orthopedic deficits, neurological impairments, and autism. She has extensive experience working with medically fragile children and children with developmental delays, including family involvement and support. Allison has worked in a variety of settings which include outpatient clinics, private schools, prescribed pediatric extended cares as well as skilled nursing facilities. She believes in a multidisciplinary approach to care and is committed to working with each patient’s team to achieve the best possible results.
Wendy HarrisMS, CCC-SLP
Wendy comes to SPT as a veteran speech-language pathologist who currently specializes in evaluation and treatment for Literacy and provides skilled training using the Wilson Reading System. She obtained her Bachelor of Science Degree in the areas of Communication Sciences and Disorders in 1983 from Old Dominion University. While working in a local school system, she provided services for children receiving early intervention and early childhood special education. During this time, she became actively involved with Operation Smile. She served on two separate medical missions as a speech pathologist in the Philippines and then Africa providing pre and post op care to patients and their families with cleft lip and palate. In 1991, Wendy graduated with a Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Old Dominion University. Shortly thereafter, she worked for a local children’s hospital both in the inpatient and outpatient settings. Wendy obtained extensive experience during her twenty-three years working with children with a variety of communication disorders including: oral-motor feeding, oral-motor articulation, language, as well as voice and fluency. Within the past five years, Wendy has obtained extensive training, evaluating and treating reading and spelling disorders, which has become her current passion. She enjoys working with the adult population providing services for disorders including: swallowing/feeding, oral motor skills and communication disorders following a stroke, dementia and traumatic brain injury. Wendy is committed to her patients and families. She remains passionate in developing and providing functional services for individual needs.
Amanda DaigleMS, CCC-SLP
Amanda is a certified Speech-Language Pathologist at Southeastern Physical Therapy. She received her Bachelor of Science Degree in the area of Communication Sciences and Disorders in 2006 from James Madison University. In 2008, Amanda graduated with a Master’s of Science Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Old Dominion University.
Amanda has extensive experience in outpatient pediatrics; treating children in the areas of articulation, language, fluency, and feeding/swallowing. She specializes in areas of feeding/swallowing and is a trained provider of the Wilson Language/Reading Program. Amanda equally enjoys working with the adult population addressing disorders with swallowing/feeding and oral motor skills and communication disorders following stroke, traumatic brain injury and dementia.
Amanda is committed to working with patients and their families to make therapy not only a meaningful and successful experience, but also an enjoyable one. She is passionate about establishing a partnership with patients and their families to develop an individualized treatment plan to facilitate the most significant and functional communication for each patient.
Heather LassiterPT, DPT
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