Occupational Therapy


Dr. Jamie Palmer OTR/L

Pediatric Occupational Therapist,  Clinic and Birth to Three

Jamie is a pediatric occupational therapist with 10 years of experience. She earned a Bachelor's Degree in Clinical Psychology from Marshall University, a Master’s of Science in Occupational Therapy and a Post Professional Doctorate in Occupational Therapy from the University of Puget Sound with a focus in pediatric service delivery and sensory processing. She has worked with children with diagnoses including but not limited to: developmental delay, autism, ADHD, ODD, Tourettes's syndrome, intellectually delayed, CP, Down Syndrome, traumatic brain injury, visually impaired, muscular dystrophy, sensory processing disorder/sensory regulation difficulties, and behavior difficulties, etc.

Jamie loves to be at a child’s level, laugh with them and learn from them. She believes in the importance of children guiding you to what they need to best meet their needs and help them thrive. She approaches each child with the child and family’s needs as the center focus. The success of the child is the top priority, and she always looks for new, creative, and research-based ways to improve the skills of each child. Jamie would be honored to be a part of your team and work with you to enhance your child’s occupational performance and quality of life. 

Claudette Pauley OTR/L

Pediatric Occupational Therapist,  Birth to Three

Claudette is a pediatric occupational therapist with 13 years of experience. As a mother of an 8 year old son, she understands how important the role of “play” is in children’s lives; as well as, how important family support and contributions are. She hopes to help your child learn and grow into the skills that will impact them for a lifetime. She has extensive training in sensory processing disorders and coordination difficulties, and how they affect a child’s growth and development. She also has experience working with diagnosis including but not limited to: autism, mental impairment, TBI, ADHD, optic nerve hypoplasia, sensory integrative dysfunction, cerebral palsy, Sanfilippo syndrome, developmental delay, Down Syndrome, hemiparesis, global developmental delay, etc. Claudette would love to have the opportunity to work with you and your child to improve their performance in daily routines. Thank you in advance for choosing Claudette to be part of your child’s team!

Courtney Leachman OTR/L

Pediatric Occupational Therapist,  Birth to Three

My name is Courtney Leachman. I have been an occupational therapist for the past 16 years. I earned a Bachelor's Degree from Ohio University in Sports Science (Exercise Physiology), as well as a Master's Degree from The Ohio State University in Occupational Therapy. I am the mother of two amazing children that fill my life with such wonder. There is nothing greater than a parent's love for their children. One of the best gifts in life is watching a child flourish and guiding them into becoming the very best version of themselves. The absolute greatest part of my job is witnessing the "ah ha moments" of both a child and their family when they overcome the obstacles they are facing with feeding, sensory integration, positioning, and/or everyday activities of daily living routines. I have worked with children with sensory integration deficits, delays in self-feeding/toileting/dressing, positioning in wheelchairs, handwriting deficits, and deficits with rest and sleep. I am passionate about occupational therapy and love to show families different play-based techniques as well as coaching techniques to help the development and improvement of their child's daily living skills. I am currently available to provide all services (assessment and on-going ) via telehealth or face-to-face in-home visits. I am available Tuesdays and Thursdays starting after 3:00. My personal email is [email protected]