As a registered occupational therapist, since 1984, she has served numerous children with autism spectrum disorders, cerebral palsy, Down Syndrome, prematurity, sensory processing disorder, feeding difficulties, and various other disorders. Sue worked as an independent therapy provider for several years before opening Wee Care Therapy in 1994. She has advanced training in a variety of areas including, but not limited to sensory integration (certified), Interactive Metronome (certified), neurodevelopmental treatment (8 week Bobath training), craniosacral therapy, myofascial release, therapeutic listening, and the Wilbarger deep touch pressure proprioceptive technique. She believes that continuing education and advanced training are vital to the development of therapy skills. She is certified by the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy, and certified in CPR. Sue also presents continuing education seminars both internationally. She co-authored books and CD (available through Wee Care Therapy) that offers over-the-counter, user friendly sensory strategies for home, daycare, and preschool called: Tools for Tots: Sensory Strategies for Toddlers and Preschoolers, and Tools for Infants: Sensory-Based Strategies for Parents, Caregivers, and Early Intervention Providers. As the CEO of Wee Care Therapy, Sue believes that family involvement and team communication are critical to the therapy process!
Shelly is professional & optimistic. She has decades of administrative and customer service experience. She also has personal experience as a small business owner of a restaurant, and realizes the struggles that small businesses face. She is an excellent multi tasker who has specialized training in Microsoft Office, Medisoft, Quickbooks, and medical billing and coding. She held three different office positions within the first year of hire, requiring a high amount of organization, prioritizing & training. She is an accomplished practice manager and is responsible for numerous important daily company functions. She is certified in CPR. Shelly is a dedicated wife and mother of three. She has exceptional interpersonal skills and is a natural “people person.” Her friendliness & empathy with both clients & coworkers makes her highly approachable. In her “spare” time, she enjoys cooking, traveling, boating, and being active outdoors. Shelly puts customer service first, and looks forward to helping you and your family with your services at Wee Care Therapy!
Angela was drawn to Wee Care Therapy due to her love for children and her dream of becoming a pediatric occupational therapist. She is currently working towards her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Indiana University Northwest and plans to continue her education with a post-graduate degree. Prior to her employment with us, Angela held a similar position at her church. She is active in the community and at school, having volunteered for the children’s program at church, events on campus, Girls on the Run of Northwest Indiana, Wittenberg Village Nursing home, and the Junior Achievement Program of Chicago. Angela is also a varsity runner on Indiana University Northwest’s cross country team. In her free time, you can find her listening to music, long distance running, hiking, dancing, and exploring any of Lake Michigan’s beaches. Angela is calm and helpful. She has great communication skills. Her favorite part about working at Wee Care Therapy is seeing your adorable little ones learn, play and grow!
Sherryl is originally from Florida but moved to Indiana to attend Purdue University where she earned her bachelor’s degree in Animal Science. She worked as a client service representative in a veterinary clinic, and a manufacturing facility. She is experienced in patient files, data processes, scheduling, and billing. She also served as a liaison between clients and veterinarians, and between students and advisors, to help with communication and problem solving. She loves children and was a Morton X camp counselor in West Lafayette. She is an avid reader, loves to cook, exercise, travel, play sports, and learn new languages. She is fluent in Spanish (and knows some French and Portuguese). Sherryl inculcates positive mental attitude and serves as a ray of sunshine everywhere she is present.