Meet Our Staff at Lincoln Park

 

 

Kaitlyn Drouillard, CCC-SLP

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Kaitlyn Drouillard, M.S., CCC-SLP, graduated from Miami University with her Masters in Speech Pathology. She has worked in school, outpatient hospital, and clinic settings treating children with a variety of speech and language needs. Kaitlyn has a passion for working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder on language, augmentative and alternative communication devices, and/or social skills. She also has interests in the areas of Childhood Apraxia of Speech, articulation, and phonological awareness skills (pre-reading development). Outside of work, Kaitlyn enjoys spending time with her nephews, trying out new restaurants, and taking barre workout classes. She takes a family approach to therapy, working closely with parents and caregivers toward the greatest progress for their child!

Suzanne Lans, PT, DPT

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Therapist

Suzanne Lans, PT, DPT graduated from Touro University Nevada in 2016 with her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. Over the course of her career she has solely worked in a pediatric setting, treating children with a wide range of diagnoses’. She has taken continuing education in torticollis, toe walking, and utilizing NDT facilitation principles for children with neurological impairments. In her free time, Suzanne enjoys traveling, cooking, baking, hiking, and playing ultimate frisbee.

 

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
tennis.