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Amber Boyd

Amber Boyd

Amber N. Boyd, PT, DPT, DHSc came to Redwood in the Fall of 2020.  She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Physical Therapy from Hanover College, a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from the University of Indianapolis, and a Doctorate of Health Sciences from the University of Indianapolis.  She has extensive clinical experience working with pediatric, adolescent, and geriatric populations, outpatient orthopedics and outpatient pediatric and adolescent sports.  Amber also serves as Director of Clinical Education and Assistant Professor with the Physical Therapy Program at the University of Cincinnati. aboyd@redwoodnky.org

Audrey Butler

Audrey Butler

Audrey Butler, OTR/L received a Master of Occupational Therapy from Xavier University.  Audrey has practiced pediatric occupational therapy since 2018 and has been working at Redwood since 2019.  She has been serving children and adults attending programs at Redwood, outpatient clients, and is a provider with Kentucky First Steps.  Audrey enjoys working with children and their families using multisensory approaches to develop play skills and promote increased independence with daily activities. abutler@redwoodnky.org

Alexa DuPont

Alexa DuPont

Alexa DuPont, M.S., CCC-SLP received an M.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of Kentucky in 2014. Alexa has practiced speech-language therapy at Redwood since 2014 and has been a member of the Assistive Technology Resource Team since 2019. She currently serves children and adults attending programs at Redwood, outpatient clients, and is an early intervention provider with Kentucky First Steps. Alexa has special interest in the areas of assistive technology, pragmatic language, and early intervention.  adupont@redwoodnky.org

Peggy Farmer

Peggy Farmer

Peggy Farmer, MS, IECE is the Director of Therapeutic Intervention and has been at Redwood for 26 years.  She has an MS in Early Childhood Special Education from the University of Kentucky, a BS in Child Development from South Dakota State University, holds the Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Education teaching certification and has over 30 years of experience working in early intervention, preschool education and leadership administration. pfarmer@redwoodnky.org

Catherine Gray

Catherine (Kit) Gray

Catherine (Kit) Gray, M.S., CCC-SLP received an M.S. in Communication Disorders from the Western Kentucky University in 2013.  Kit has practiced pediatric speech-language therapy since 2013 and has been working at Redwood in Fort Mitchell, KY since 2016. Since beginning at Redwood, Kit has worked with pediatric through adult clients, including through the First Steps Early Intervention program that provides in home therapy services for birth-3 years.  kgray@redwoodnky.org

Kelly Holtmann

Kelly Holtmann

Kelly Holtmann, Developmental Interventionist, received her Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Education certification from NKU in 2011.  Prior to that, she received a degree in Exercise Physiology from the University of Louisville and completed some prerequisite classes for Communication disorders.  She has worked in Redwood’s Therapeutic Intervention department since 2012.  As a DI, she works with children from birth to three years of age with developmental delays or disabilities via Kentucky’s First Steps program.  Kelly works with children on achieving developmental milestones, helps them learn how to interact with others and develop necessary play skills that will transfer to a wider range of developmental skills.  She has experience in working with children with global delays, autism spectrum disorders and behavior issues.  Kelly does well at collaborating with other therapists to ensure everyone is working towards the development of the whole child.  She also has experience working with children that speak other languages especially Spanish. kholtmann@redwoodnky.org

Kelsey Kloentrup

Kelsey Kloentrup

Kelsey Kloentrup, M.A., CCC-SLP received a Master of Speech Language Pathology from University of Cincinnati in 2016. Kelsey has practiced pediatric speech-language therapy since 2016 and has been working at Redwood since 2018. She serves children and adults attending programs at Redwood, outpatient clients, and is a provider with Kentucky First Steps. She is a member Redwood’s Assistive Technology Resource Center Team. Kelsey has interest in the application of assistive technology as well as interventions for children with early speech and language disorders. kkloentrup@redwoodnky.org

Cassie Landrum

Cassie Landrum

Cassie Landrum, PT received a B.A in Exercise Physiology from Transylvania University, a B.S. in Health Promotions from the University of Kentucky, and a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Kentucky.  Cassie has practiced Physical Therapy in a variety of settings since 2005.  She has worked with patients from the pediatric to the geriatric age range and has experience with neurological, orthopedic, and developmental Physical Therapy.  She has been a member of the Redwood Therapeutic Interventions staff since 2019 where she provides Physical Therapy for both pediatric and adult clients.  Cassie focuses on increasing functional independence for all clients and works hard to involve families and caregivers in order to help ensure positive outcomes. clandrum@Aredwoodnky.org

Susie Magnafichi

Susie Magnafichi

Susie is an Occupational Therapy Assistant.  She received her Associate of Applied Sciences degree from Cincinnati State in 1996.  She is certified by the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy and is licensed by the Kentucky Board of Licensure for Occupational Therapy.  Susie has been providing therapy to children at Redwood since January, 1997.  She has experience treating a wide range of childhood disorders such as Autism Spectrum Disorder to include Asperger’s, OCD, Down Syndrome, Developmental Disorders, Cerebral Palsy, Seizure Disorders and Sensory Processing Disorder.  She has been trained in the use of Interactive Metronome, Handwriting Without Tears, Neurodevelopmental Techniques (NDT), Debra Beckmann Oral Motor Protocol and Sensory Integrative therapy. smagnafichi@redwoodnky.org

Julie Roell

Julie Roell

Julie Roell is the ATRC Librarian and has been at Redwood for 2 years. She has her Certified Nursing Assistant Certification and has worked in the therapy field for 7 years.  She loves providing assistance with assistive technology and helping out the therapists. jjustice@redwoodnky.org

Michele Ryan

Michele Ryan

Michele Ryan, M.A., CCC-SLP received an M.A. in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of Cincinnati in 2001.  Michele has practiced pediatric speech-language therapy since 2001 and has been working at Redwood in Fort Mitchell, KY since 2012.  She has served Kentucky’s early intervention population for 20 years via Kentucky First Steps, as well as provided outpatient speech-language therapy services to clients 3 to 21 years of age.  Michele has interest in the application of assistive technology to benefit children who have limited verbal communication, as well as interventions for children with childhood apraxia of speech and early language disorders.  mryan@redwoodnky.org

Lisa Staub

Lisa Staub

Lisa Staub is the Coordinator of the Assistive Technology Resource Center at Redwood.  She has an MA in Communication Disorders from the University of Cincinnati and is a RESNA certified ATP.  She has over 25 years of experience in the field of assistive technology and early intervention.  She provides augmentative communication evaluations, direct service intervention in the use of AT to children, adults, family members or caregivers, equipment modification to benefit consumers in their use of assistive technology/augmentative communication; and assists in program areas with the use of assistive technology and augmentative communication for adults and children with disabilities.  lstaub@redwoodnky.org

Rebecca Stoudt

Rebecca Stoudt

Rebecca Stoudt, DI received a B.S. in Early Childhood Education (K-5 Special/ Regular Education) from North Georgia College and State University and a BS in Early Childhood Education (birth- K) from Northern Kentucky University. Rebecca has been a Preschool Teacher for 8 years both in Georgia and Kentucky. Rebecca has been working at Redwood in Fort Mitchell, KY since 2017.  She has served Kentucky’s early intervention population for 3 years via Kentucky First Steps.  She has provided therapy through in-home and over teletherapy. Rebecca has an interest in providing families with strategies to help with sleep, self-regulation, and behavior difficulties. rstoudt@redwoodnky.org

Melissa Vanlandingham

Melissa Vanlandingham is the Therapeutic Intervention Administrative Assistant and has worked at Redwood for 25 years.  She provides assistance to the director, therapists and our families.  Melissa also provides technical support to all Redwood staff working with on our Electronic Health Records system. mvanlandinham@redwoodnky.org

Denise Weiss-Salinas

Denise Weiss-Salinas, Occupational Therapist has been serving clients at Redwood since Fall 2020 via telehealth.  She lives on a farm outside of Berea, Kentucky.  Over the past 42 years in the field of rehabilitation, Denise has worked with clients across the lifespan. Her expertise is in early intervention, behavior disorders, developmental delays, and autism spectrum disorders.  Working along-side parents to realize the full potential of their child is her favorite part of the job.