We came to Christy at a time when we were at a loss for how to help our daughter overcome her various challenges. Within minutes of the evaluation, I felt supported and was filled with hope that my daughter can get personalized treatment sessions from someone who genuinely cares about her and her progress. Christy is not just kind and down-to-earth, but also an exceptional therapist with extensive knowledge and experience. I think I learned just as much as my daughter did during her sessions! I highly recommend Kaleidoscope Occupational Therapy to any parent looking for a more personal and individualized approach to therapy with added family support and encouragement.
“The first time I met Christy, I felt confident in her love for kids, families and the service she was providing. I always arrived to Occupational Therapy feeling comfortable and left feeling like goals were being progressed and that I could slowly see change from where we started. Five years ago, I attended her sessions with a 3-year-old boy with Downs Syndrome, whom I was caretaker. He is the most lovable and stubborn little boy! Christy knew how to work on all of his needs including low muscle tone, fine motor skills, ADLs of feeding and dressing, behavior, communication and most importantly play!
“I had Christiana for OT for about a year while I was recovering from a severe car accident. She helped me with so much! I improved my sitting balance, built up my arms and was even able to build my core enough to roll side to side. She’s a great therapist with an amazing personality! We had no problem getting along with one another. She not only cared for me as a patient but also for her other patients too. I highly recommend her!”
“I have a son with severe CP. Some years ago Christy worked with Gavin’s therapist as a student and was amazing. She was very eager to learn about Gavin and his needs. She was very easy to talk to. I’ve been around alot of students at Blue Ridge Therapy and not all of them are naturals but I can say that this is Christy’s calling and if she were still here in Lynchburg she would definitely be seeing more of us.”