Meet Our Staff at Lincoln Park



Kaitlyn Drouillard, CCC-SLP

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Hello! My name is Kaitlyn Drouillard, and I am so excited to be part of Sovereign Rehabilitation. I attended Miami University (Ohio) for my undergraduate and graduate studies in Speech Pathology, graduating in 2015. I then moved back to Illinois to be closer to family and friends. I have experience working with children from birth to high school in a variety of settings including hospital, school, home, and clinic. I evaluate and provide treatment for language skills, articulation, apraxia, pragmatic (social) skills, phonological awareness, and more. I enjoy working closely with families to provide the most effective therapy, while having fun! I cannot wait to meet your child!

Feel free to reach out with any questions/concerns,

Kaitlyn Drouillard, M.S., CCC-SLP

Rebekah Lanvin, PT, DPT

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Rebekah Lavin, PT, DPT graduated from Northwestern University with her Doctorate of Physical Therapy.  She has a background in neurological based pediatric therapy and has treated children with a wide range of diagnoses including cerebral palsy, down’s syndrome, spina bifidia, genetic disorders, and autism. She also has a strong background in orthopedic based pediatric therapy. Outside of work, Rebekah enjoys running, reading, traveling, and exploring the city. Rebekah knew from a young age that she wanted to be a physical therapist. I have always loved working with kids and now I get to have a positive impact their lives all while having fun.  The best reward is seeing huge improvements in my patients.


Leslie Uher, MOT, OTR/L

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Leslie received her Masters in Occupational Therapy from Barry
University. She has dedicated her career to working with children of all
ages in the hospital, educational and outpatient clinical setting. Leslie
has completed continuing education in Handwriting without Tears,
Interactive Metronome, Therapeutic Listening, Wilbarger Method
Therapressure, SOS Feeding, Kinesiotaping, Prechtal Assessment of
General Movements: Basic Course, Modified Constraint Induced Therapy
and Visual perceptual training. Leslie has extensive experience working
with children with Sensory Processing Disorders, Neonatal Intensive Care
Unit, children with congenital heart defects, brachial plexus injuries and
has been involved in various research addressing the aforementioned
areas. Away from the clinic, Leslie enjoys spending time with her family,
enjoying everything Chicago has to offer, traveling, hiking, and playing