Meet Miss Becky
Allieson Bruce-Woolcock, COTA
Allieson graduated from Keiser University with her Degree in Occupational Therapy Assistant in 2013.
Pediatric Occupational Therapy has always been Allieson’s passion and focus. Following her graduation, she completed an extensive amount of specialized education in the areas of handwriting, sensory processing, self-regulation, as well as neurodevelopmental techniques (NDT) and has applied the knowledge gained to facilitate progress and development with her clients. Allieson has experience treating a variety of populations such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, Cerebral Palsy, Down syndrome, Sensory Processing Disorders and ADHD, to name a few. Allieson engages her clients as individuals, providing intervention to address their unique personalities, situations and needs. Each treatment is planned to address the needs of each child in the way in which they will learn and develop at their maximum potential. Through family and caregiver education she develops home activities that will allow for the benefits of therapy to continue past the doors of the therapy clinic.
In addition to her passion for her roles within the therapy world, Allieson selflessly provides bible study programs and Sunday school education to others.
Kathleen Pici, OTR/L, CAS
Kathleen attended Utica College of Syracuse University where she received her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Occupational Therapy in 2002. While obtaining her degree, Kathleen worked as a Community Integration Specialist with children, assisting them assimilating within a variety of environments to expand their social skills and community involvement.
Kathleen has specialized training in Hand Writing Without Tears®, Rhythmic Entrainment Intervention, Interactive Metronome, Orthotic Contracture Management and Seating and Positioning. Kathleen is a certified Autism Specialist with the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards. In addition, she is a certified trainer in Spaced Retrieval cognitive strategies. Kathleen is incredibly passionate and enthusiastic in her work within the pediatric population. Her experience spans evaluating and treating a variety of populations including (but not limited to) Autism Spectrum Disorder, Sensory Processing Disorders, Behavioral Disturbances, Down Syndrome, Selective Mutism, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, ODD, ADHD, Spina Bifida, Cerebral Palsy, Torticollis and congenital neurogenic motor disturbances. Kathleen approaches her treatment with a client centered, individualized approach for each patient and family with the understanding that each child and family is unique and deserves their treatment to be tailored to their specific needs. Her evaluation and treatment is centered around the whole child to ensure that all needs are addressed to allow the child to maximize their development and thrive within their multitude of environments.
In addition to pediatrics, Kathleen has enjoyed working with the geriatric population across the continuum of care to assist individuals in leading their most optimal level of independence. Throughout her career, she has enjoyed positions in which she was able to mentor other therapists and assist them in growing their scope of services and programming to provide quality care to patients and their families. Kathleen has created and implemented many successful clinical programs and has lead many educational events for other therapists.
Meet Miss Kat
Provide children the opportunity to achieve their maximum potential, enhance the lives of the families we touch, strengthen the communities we serve.
Becky Turner, MS, CCC-SLP
Becky is a Florida native, born and raised on the beautiful beaches of the Florida panhandle. She spent the last 10 years living in a suburb of Chicago, Illinois and is beyond excited to be back “home” in the Sunshine State. Becky received her Master’s Degree (2005) in Communicative Disorders from the University of Central Florida. She knew at a young age that she wanted to pursue the field of speech-language pathology after watching her grandfather go through rehabilitation after a severe stroke to regain his communication skills. She firmly believes that no matter the age, a toddler who is a late talker through a geriatric stroke patient, the best gift she can give is to help others communicate with their families and loved ones.
Becky has experience working with both children and adults in numerous settings, such as home-based therapy, private clinics, inpatient and outpatient hospitals and skilled nursing facilities. She is experienced in evaluating and providing treatment in a variety of areas including, but not limited to, ASD, articulation, expressive and receptive language, fluency, oral motor dysfunction, sensory processing disorders and both sensory based and structurally rooted feeding difficulties. Becky has worked as an early interventionist, a traumatic brain injury specialist, CFY supervisor, feeding specialist, and therapist mentor. She has lead several school-age social language groups utilizing the Superflex curriculum and has been trained in the use of Interactive Metranome, SOS feeding therapy, Beckman Oral Motor Therapy and several cognitive-communication treatment techniques.
Becky strongly believes that each patient is unique; therefore, takes an individualized approach with each patient and their treatment plan. She sees the importance of working in conjunction with her patients, their families, other professionals, and schools to develop and implement treatment programs to best serve her patients and facilitate carryover of skills into their everyday environments.
Outside of the treatment room, Becky enjoys going to the beach and being outdoors with her family and friends. Traveling, crafting and shopping also bring a smile to her face. She is very excited to be a part of the Amazing Kidz Therapy team and looks forward to serving the community and their speech, language and feeding therapy needs.
Meet Miss Al