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Team Biographies

Our people are among the most talented in the industry. It would be our pleasure to put our extensive experience to work for you.
  • All team members provide individualized treatments catered to your child using evidence based practice(s) from the OT, PT, ST discipline frameworks.
  • Our therapists provide the medical model of care with a strong emphasis on home programming for carry over within the natural environment of the child.  

Allison Young, MS SIPT OTR/L
Allison Young, MS SIPT OTR/L
Allison is an occupational therapist and the owner of Rehab2you, LLC. She has 12 years of experience working with children from infancy to school-aged. Allison opened Rehab2you in an effort to improve therapy services to her current caseload with a team approach. Allison specializes in Sensory Integration, Therapeutic Listening, Oral motor and feeding disorders, Fine and gross motor delays as well as children with a wide variety of diagnoses. Allison also completes Home Modification Evaluations and Adaptive Equipment Recommendations for children and adults with Developmental Disabilities.
Erin Gates, PT, DPT
Erin is a physical therapist from The Ohio State University. She enjoys working with infants thru school-aged children who are experiencing a gross motor delay. She assists each child in meeting appropriate gross motor milestones through her innovative, evidence-based treatments in order to maximize each child’s independence. Erin is experienced with treating children with torticollis and plagiocephally. She can also assist you by making adaptive equipment recommendations (wheelchairs, walkers, gait trainers, etc.), as well as lower extremity bracing and orthotic recommendations.
Erin Gates, PT, DPT
Mandy Barnes, MPT
Mandy Barnes, MPT
Mandy is a physical therapist with 13 years experience working with children of all ages. She has worked with children with a variety of diagnoses and gross and fine motor delays. As a mother of four, Mandy understands the importance of a child's home environment playing a role in their development. Mandy works with each child and family to develop inventive ways to incorporate therapy into a child's daily activities as well as during play. Mandy has experience with making adaptive equipment, orthotics and home modification evaluations.
Virginia Turi, MA. CCC-SLP
Ginny is a Speech and Language Pathologist. She has seven years experience working with toddlers through young adults. Ginny specializes in fun, personalized therapy treating deficits in receptive language, expressive language, phonemic/phonological awareness, reading comprehension, pragmatic language, and articulation/phonology. Ginny is mom to toddler herself and understands the everyday life of a busy parent. She is excited to be working with children and their families to meet their individualized needs in the most natural environment, their home.
Virginia Turi, MA. CCC-SLP
Kristen Ackerman, MA., CCC-SLP
Kristen Ackerman, MA., CCC-SLP
Kristen is a Speech-Language Pathologist and graduate of The Ohio State University. She has experience working with toddlers to young adults. Kristen enjoys working with families to build speech and language skills and values the knowledge they have of their own child. She specializes in working with receptive/expressive language delays, social/pragmatic skills, speech sound disorders, and fluency disorders. She has significant experience working with children who have Autism Spectrum Disorders and is trained in using Alternative and Augmentative Communication systems.
Stacey Kuhlman, MA., CCC-SLP
Stacey is a Speech Language Pathologist and graduate of the University of Cincinnati. She has experience working with toddlers to adults. She specializes in working with receptive language, expressive language, articulation/phonology, social/pragmatic skills and fluency. Stacey also holds a certificate in Deaf Studies and has experience with American Sign Language. She is a mom to an active toddler and an aunt to four energetic nieces. She has lived in both Franklin and Delaware counties and after an eight-year residency in Cincinnati, she is excited to be back in her hometown working closely with families to progress their child’s speech and language skills in a fun, natural, and effective way.
Stacey Kuhlman, MA., CCC-SLP
Kristopher Parrish, MOTR/L
Kristopher Parrish, MOTR/L
Kris is an Occupational Therapist who specializes in Home Modification and Accessibility. Kris works with adolescence and adults with developmental disabilities who may be having difficulty accessing different areas of their home. Kris will evaluate the home environment and make Home Modification and Adaptive Equipment Recommendations, which are medically necessary. Kris also completes wheelchair evaluations for Rehab2you clients.
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