Stephanie Seymore Wick,OT/L, MS, IMC works with Children in Bloom program and our private /office based clients
I am the owner of Learning Charms and have been a pediatric occupational therapist since 1998. I am certified in Interactive Metronome, and Therapeutic Listening, I received a bachelor's degree in psychology from Emory & Henry College, and a master's degree in occupational therapy from Shenandoah University. I enjoy working with children, parents, and teachers to improve a child's success in school, sports, and home. In addition, it brings me so much pleasure to increase a child's motivation and enjoyment of fine motor and handwriting activities. Hearing a child say "I did it!" never gets old!
I also specialize in helping students up through high school with executive skills, handwriting, "I can't think of what to write"issue, processing speed/timing, and overall achievement. I am especially passionate about helping students with ADHD and their families. In addition, I often lead several summer groups and classes for fine motor and handwriting development.
My husband, Rob, and I have two children, a dog, and two ninja cats. I enjoy gardening, spending family time, watching my kids play sports, riding bikes on the Greenway, Pinterest /Houzz, making family videos, and crafts.
Stefanie Cranford, COTA/L works with our Children in Bloom program & elementary schools
I was born and raised in Western Pennsylvania and have come to know North Carolina as my home now. I have lived in the Charlotte area and suburbs for 20 years. I've been blessed with two wonderful boys, ages 11 and 9.
I was a dental assistant before having children. Then I was graciously led to OT and graduated from the OTA program at Cabarrus College of Health Sciences. I have worked in the geriatric setting and pediatric outpatient setting. I thoroughly enjoy working with children. When a child gains a milestone, it is a delight! I have gained continuing education in the Handwriting Without Tears curriculum, sensory integration, and motor development.
When not working, I stay busy with my boys, serving and participating with my church, fixing up my home, being outdoors and running.
Anne Lawrie, OTR/L works with Children in Bloom program, elementary schools, & private/office based clients
I have been a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant for 14+ years. I have worked in pediatrics for 12+ years in a public school setting and one year in a private pediatric Occupational Therapy clinic. I received my education through Palm Beach State College; graduating in 2000 with an AS degree in OTA and an AA degree . I previously attended Pepperdine University in Southern California for 2 years. I have had extensive continuing education in handwriting (Handwriting Without Tears), sensory integration, and various other school relevant courses. I thoroughly enjoy my career and playing a part in tomorrow's generation.
I recently moved to Charlotte from South Florida with my husband, fat cat and barking dog to be closer to family. In in my leisure time, I enjoy playing tennis, mountain hiking, traveling, and exploring new areas of North Carolina. I look forward to enjoying the change of seasons.
I am a graduate from CPCC’s OTA program with fieldwork experience in pediatric, geriatric and acute hospital settings. I live near uptown Charlotte with my wonderful husband, my two daughters – ages 11 and 7, two dogs and a cat that thinks she’s a dog.
Occupational therapy is a second career for me. I have a B.A. in Communication and Art History from Randolph College and spent 15+ years in corporate America as a Communication Consultant. When we adopted our younger daughter at age 3, I experienced first-hand the life-changing effects occupational therapy can have on a child and his/her family. It was these experiences that prompted me to leave the corporate world and pursue my dream of becoming an OTA. I look forward to partnering with other families to help their children reach their full potential.
In my free time, I enjoy reading, spending time with my family, traveling, making pottery and anything else crafty.
I have been a licensed Occupational Therapist since 2004. I have an undergraduate degree from Clemson University and a Masters in Occupational Therapy from the Medical University of South Carolina. I have worked in a variety of settings & age groups ranging from pediatrics to senior citizens. I am a certified provider of Interactive Metronome.
I enjoy doing anything outdoors, anything creative, baking, traveling, sports & spending time with friends & family. I am lucky to be able to enjoy all of these things with my two daughters & my wonderful husband!
I have been a pediatric occupational therapist since 2002. I worked as a therapist in the public school system for 15 years while also working in a pediatric outpatient clinic in late afternoons and summers. I received a Bachelors degree in Biology from the College of Charleston in 1999, and a Masters degree in Occupational Therapy from Medical University of South Carolina in 2002. I am certified in Interactive Metronome and Therapeutic Listening. I love working with kids, teachers, and families to help improve kids' successes, abilities, and confidence. I enjoy traveling, Clemson football, and spending time with my husband and 1 year old baby girl.
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