"My son is 12 and was diagnosed with Autism before his 2nd birthday. Within a few short visits to Dream Therapies I saw changes in my son that years and years of other services could not produce. My son's confidence has exploded and he amazes me everyday by learning or doing something new. Dream Therapies is MY dream come true."
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Therapy is 24/7. Ask our specialists what you can do for your child outside of our clinic. Do not forget to visit our 'FUN' page for games and activities to play with your child at home.
Kim received Bachelors degree 'cum laude' in Linguistics from the University of Rochester in Rochester, NY in May 1995. She finished her Masters of Science in Speech/Language Pathology in December 1997. Kim has worked in the school setting, early intervention, and private practice for over 17 years. She moved to Las Vegas in 2001. Kim has completed ABA and DTT training for Autism education while working with the Clark County School District and has incorporated the teachings in her therapy. In addition to Autism and early intervention, Kim has extensive experience with apraxia and feeding therapies. She has helped a number of clients prepare for and receive AAC devices to communicate and acted as a liaison between the family and the technology companies. Her favorite part of the job is the "firsts" she gets to share with the kids, from first words to first phrases to first bites of foods. In Kim's spare time she loves to spoil her daughter and is a certified scuba diver. Pair that with speedy water crafts and she is in weekend heaven!!!
OTR/L PATH REG INSTRUCTOR, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST, OWNER
Karen earned her Bachelors of Medical Rehabilitation degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of Manitoba, Canada in 1995. She has worked in NICU (neonatal intensive care unit), acute hospital practice, school districts, early intervention, hand therapy, and child/adolescent psychiatry. Karen is one of few Occupational Therapists in the country who are also certified instructors in therapeutic riding through PATH (Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship). Her specializations include hippotherapy and treatment of infants and toddlers.
PT, PHYSICAL THERAPIST
Jaime Bringhurst was a student athlete in high school and earned a scholarship to college. She graduated from Brigham Young University with honors with a degree in Pre-Physical Therapy. She then attended the University of Utah where she received her Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy. While in college, she worked every summer as a Sports Camp counselor for kids. She worked for several years as a physical therapist in Oregon in both out patient orthopedic and school settings. After having four children in five years and moving to Las Vegas, she took 10 years off to be home with her children until they were all in full time school. During this time she got her Personal training certification as well as her Advanced Body Pump and Body step certifications. She taught at LVAC and EOS fitness as a group fitness instructor, as well as designed and ran a Bootcamp class for children. She has coached several soccer teams, was a CPR instructor, has run full marathons and loves to water-ski and snow board. She was a substitute teacher at her children’s schools while she was getting approval from the Board to return to Physical Therapy and thoroughly enjoyed being in the classroom. Jaime has a lot of experience working with children in a variety of different settings and honestly loves children while not being a push-over. She found her dream job at Dream Therapies because it allows her to combine all her experience teaching group fitness with her love of children. You will find her outside playing soccer, swimming in the pool, and doing all the activities that she has the children do. Her own children are also good student athletes and her time away from work is spent driving them to their various club sports.
AQUATIC SPECIALIST, MANAGER
OTR/L PATH REG INSTRUCTOR, OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST, OWNER
Karen earned her Bachelors of Medical Rehabilitation degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of Manitoba, Canada in 1995. She has worked in NICU (neonatal intensive care unit), acute hospital practice, school districts, early intervention, hand therapy, and child/adolescent psychiatry. Karen is one of few Occupational Therapist in the country who are also certified instructors in therapeutic riding through PATH (Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship). Her specializations include hippotherapy and treatment of infants and toddlers.
Apawnee is a nine year old pinto mare with the curiosity and spunk of a much younger horse. Though small in stature, she makes up for it with her big personality! She joined our team at a young age and has learned a lot in her time with us. She is always full of energy and ready to go!
Hank "The Tank" is an eleven year old AQHA red roan gelding. He is the gentle giant of the herd. Hank enjoys long, very slow walks around the arena. His unhurried pace makes him the perfect match for first time riders, and his gentle demeanor makes him a great match for those who are learning to ride independently.
Molly is an eight year old pinto mare. Molly is very interactive and loves to play with toys- especially those that are not meant for her! Though our resident diva has no interest in being friends with the other horses in the barn, she adores human interaction and is always quick to say hello to anyone who walks through the gate. Molly spent her early years on a cattle ranch in Arizona, and now enjoys the slower pace of life here at Dream Therapies.
OUR Therapists, Specialists, AND STAFF ARE UNITED IN THE BELIEF THAT ALL CHILDREN:
Have the power to learn
Are curious & creative
We are here to improve the lives of newborns, infants, children, and adolescents with special needs. Our specialized services go beyond the traditional clinical and educational methods.
No two people have exactly the same skills or learning style. That’s why we create an individual learning plan for every child. Your plan may include aquatic therapy, hippotherapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech language pathology, and/or therapeutic riding in a way that works best for your loved one.
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