We are a team that has been built because of our passion for pediatric therapy. We hold strong convictions about the power that therapy has in improving the lives of children. We are a company that has staffed real-life, practicing therapists at all levels within the organization to create the most effective, consumer driven therapy services in the country.
Every member of our team has a personal connection to the special needs community in some way and for that reason, we strive to provide high quality therapy at a price that’s reasonable and responsible to our consumers.
Many of our senior leaders on our team have years of experience in the educational field and can relate to the difficulties schools oftentimes face juggling student needs and budgets. We pride ourselves in our ability to be flexible and work with each school individually to help them stay within budget constraints without sacrificing the quality therapy services their students deserve.
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Having lived in a dozen countries, Syed is a culturally diverse individual. He came to the US in 2001 to complete a Bachelor of Science degree in computer science from Binghamton University. Since 2003, he has been an entrepreneur. He’s been involved in every aspect of developing, launching, marketing, and growing delivery systems of health care for brands including Pfizer, Novartis, and Noven. Maintaining high customer satisfaction has always been a career focus. Now his focus is on a health care service that he has a personal connection with: Enable My Child. Even with a doctor for a father, his difficulties weren’t diagnosed as stemming from ADHD until he was an adult. His goal is to help children with social, cognitive, emotional, behavioral, and developmental disorders get professional treatment that sets them up for success while they’re young.
Matthew received a Bachelor of Science degree in computer science from the Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering at Binghamton University. His work has been featured on NBC and in Forbes and other publications. He has led large health care engineering projects, including the development of educational software platforms. He has assisted in solving Medicare Part D issues for seniors. In addition, he has developed a medical device that contains patients’ pertinent medical information, thereby making it available during emergency situations. Since 2003, Matthew has been a pioneer in the health care technology industry. He has redefined how we use computer technology to solve real-life challenges. Believing that science and technology are best used to make our lives easier, he solves health care problems from a technology standpoint for EMC.
Shelli received her Master of Education degree in special education from the University of Louisville. She earned her doctorate in occupational therapy from Eastern Kentucky University. Since 1998, she has dedicated her career to pediatrics and mental health. She has worked in numerous pediatrics practice settings, such as Neonatal Intensive care Unit (NICU), Acute Care pediatrics, Early Intervention, and in various school settings. Since 2005, she has operated her own successful business. She also coordinates evaluation teams for the New Jersey Early Intervention System and provides training to new therapists. Her interests include early childhood development and working with children with autism and Down syndrome. Shelli has earned a distinguished reputation within the mental health community as well as with local government health lawmakers and the media. Considered one of the most knowledgeable experts in her field in the US, she is often consulted for her opinion on public policy changes. She’s made TV and radio appearances as an expert on children’s mental health. She has also researched and published articles on the need for access to proven and affordable therapy services. Her publications concerning how this could be achieved online help make her the perfect fit for Enable My Child (EMC).
Jeanie’s passion for helping children as a Speech Language Pathologist serves as a foundation of some of our core values at EMC. She received both her Bachelor and Master of Arts degrees in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of Central Florida. Since 2003, Jeanie has worked as a Speech Pathologist and Clinical Manager with children aged birth through 22 years within Early Intervention and the school setting. Jeanie is a proud and active member of the American Speech Language and Hearing Association as well as professional groups for Augmentive and Assistive Technology and Administration and Supervision. She has served as a member of an inter-disciplinary team regarding the role of Speech Pathologists in the school setting and supporting the teacher within the classroom setting with data collection, intervention strategies and ideas. Jeanie enjoys completing continuing education classes to implement new studies and techniques into her therapy sessions. When Jeanie is not working, she enjoys spending time with her husband, son and dogs.
Lisa is a graduate of the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. She has both a master’s degree and a doctorate in physical therapy. Specializing in pediatrics, she’s been practicing physical therapy in various pediatric settings since 2002. She’s always excited and enthusiastic to play a role in improving and restoring function that may change a child’s life.
Amy Smith is an occupational therapist with over 10 years of experience in the school setting. Amy Smith received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Occupational Therapy from Xavier University and her Masters of Arts Degree in Educational Studies from the University of Cincinnati. Amy Smith has founded a pediatric website to provide free ideas and resources to parents, therapists, and school personnel who work with special needs children. Amy Smith has led numerous professional workshops nationally on various topics within the field of occupational therapy and special education. She has also developed several programs within the schools that aid in improving student attention and behavior using sensory modulation strategies. Her expertise in how school based therapy fits into the educational school system has led her to be instrumental in developing Enable My Child’s School Therapy Program.