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Physical & Occupational Therapists: 
Empowering Children & Families to Succeed

Theraplay Learning Center  (TLC) offers a functional approach to treatment that focuses on the development of each individual child.  We provide occupational, physical,  and developmental services. We would love to get to know you and your child and discuss how we can best meet your needs. 

Norton Occupational Therapists  
Renee Miller OT
  • Occupational Therapy degree from Kansas University Medical School

  • 16+ years experience in pediatrics/adolescents

  • National Board of Occupational Therapy certified

  • Experience in a variety of settings – public schools, private schools, daycares, homes, and out-patient clinics.

  • Special areas of interest and training include treating autism, sensory processing disorders, and reflex integration, feeding difficulties.

  • Designer of special needs church program to help children with varying needs benefit from children’s church programming.

  • Graduated from Norton & lives here with her husband, Tim, & 2 children, Avery & Eli.

  • Passionate about meeting children at their level and working with the families to get the best outcome possible.

  • In her spare time, Renee likes to garden and bake.

Sue Rossi OT
  • Received degree from Colorado State University.

  • Worked as an Occupational Therapist for 28 years at North Central Kansas Special Education Cooperative serving children with varying abilities from age 3 to 21 years.

  • 33 years serving as an OT

  • Have provided OT services through NKESC and KidLink to serve children aged 0 to 21 with special needs

  • Nationally Board Certified since February 23, 1989 with pediatrics as a primary practice area.

  • Special training and instruction in the following areas:

             Traumatic brain injuries

             Autism spectrum disorder

             Sensory processing differences

             Handwriting without Tears 

             First Strokes handwriting 

             Visual and Fine Motor Deficits

             Sensory Based Feeding                                  difficulties/picky eaters  

  • Member of Autism Team and Traumatic Brain Injury Team

  • Mother of 3 to Taylor, Kaylen, and Treven, grandmother to 2 grandsons, Knox & Jude; and 1 granddaughter, Colsen.        

  • Enjoys golfing, biking, skiing, hiking, and playing with her grandchildren.

 Norton & Hays
Physical Therapist

Randa Vollertsen PT

  • Physical Therapy degree from KU

  • 35 years employed by NKESC as a pediatric PT working with infant through age 21 including providing PT services to infant-toddlers in their homes & school age children in 19 different school districts.

  • 2001 Kansas Special Education Professional of Year

  • 1999 Kansas Special Educator of Year

  • 5 Years Kansas Field Based Consultant for KS Dept of Education

  • 5 Years instructor online Assistive Technology Courses for University of New Mexico

  • 11 years instructor for CCC nursing program: Anatomy & Physiology

  • Degree and certification in PT from KU & KUMC

  • Master’s Degree in Special Education/Assistive Technology UNM

  • Specialized training & instruction

    • Traumatic Brain Injuries

    • Orthotics casting & fitting

    • Therapeutic Aquatics,

    • Infant-Toddler Early Intervention, Infant Torticollis

    • Physical disabilities & genetic disorders

  • Mother of 3 & grandmother of 8

  • Author children's book: "Mimi's Mulberry Tree"

Hays Occupational Therapists

Chloe Rossignol OT
  • Master’s of Occupational Therapy from the University of New England, Biddeford, Maine 

  • Nationally board certified and State Licensed  

  • 1 year of occupational therapy experience in the school system  

  •  Practice experience in a variety of settings (outpatient clinics, school system, incarcerated youth) and states (Maine, Mississippi, Kansas)

  • Children’s book author of 3 publications: Lavender Lion-A story about calming the sensory system, Orange Orangutan-A story about alerting the sensory system, and Peppermint Penguin-A story about reducing anxiety

  • Summer youth camp counselor, Young Leader’s Network leader, and chapter event planning counsel member at Epilepsy Foundation New England for 4 years

  •  Special Interests in Sensory Integration and Sensory Processing Theory, NDT/Tone management, adolescent transition to independent living/secondary education/work, learning disabilities, music therapy, and Epilepsy

  • Originally from Presque Isle, Maine

  • Meaningful occupations to me are writing music, reading/writing fiction and non-fiction, hiking, and functional fitness

   ♥ TLC for Children with Varying Abilities ...

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