Dr. Angela Onyekanne PT, DPT
Board Certified Geriatric Clinical Specialist
Dr. Angela Onyekanne is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy and has over 15 years of clinical experience in a variety of settings including home health, acute care, outpatient and senior care communities.
Angela specializes in treating geriatric, neurologic and orthopedic conditions that include Parkinson's disease, post stroke, osteoporosis, arthritis, pre and post-op joint replacement, complex medical disease and balance/falls. She is committed to optimizing a client's aging experience and helping them to live without limits.
When not seeing clients, Angela enjoys spending time with her family, training for a marathon, traveling and volunteering in the community
Jeanine (Jeanie) Bryant OTR/L, CDP
Certified Dementia Practitioner
Jeanie is an occupational therapist with 29 years of experience. She is earned a degree in occupational therapy from the Ohio State University in 1992. She has practiced in a variety of settings including inpatient / outpatient rehabilitation, driver rehabilitation, home health, senior care facilities and schools.
She specializes in geriatric and neurological conditions (specifically post-stroke and dementia care with emphasis on community based movement groups). She is a Certified Dementia Practitioner (CDP) and certified in Neurodevelopmental treatment (NDT).
When not seeing clients, Jeanie enjoys spending time with family, traveling, and gardening.
Caitlin Fattore MS, CCC-SLP
Speak Out Certified
Caitlin is a speech language pathologist with 8 years of experience. She has a master's degree from the University of Tennessee and has practiced in a variety of settings including home health, senior care facilities, acute rehab hospital and outpatient clinics.
She specializes in geriatric and neurological conditions (specifically parkinson's and dementia). She is experienced in treating disorders impacting memory, voice and communication impairments and swallowing dysfunction. She is the founder of Voices for Parkinson's a 501 (3)c non-for profit organization that provides Speak Out treatment with subsequent transition to The Loud Crowd wellness program.
She is passionate about educating and serving the community regarding speech pathology services
When not treating clients she enjoys being outdoors and traveling to the National Parks.
We believe that a client's home is the best place where clients are able to improve their overall physical function and address barriers to progress that otherwise may not be identified in a clinic setting. Not only is it convenient, but our sessions are 1 on 1 allowing for us to truly focus on YOU! We are committed to uphold our core values in the form of:
With your permission we can communicate effectively with family and other members of your healthcare team to provide the best care possible.
Compassionate Customer Service
We realize that for some clients there is an ideal time for therapy services to be received. We will do our best to accommodate seeing you for services during a time that works best for you.
Client Centered Approach
Our mission is to work with you to address what impairments are getting in the way of you living your best life. Our therapy plan of care will be inclusive to what matters most to you. Whether that be improving mobility, pain reduction, increased tolerance to activity, reducing risk for falls, home safety modification, effective communication, memory strategies, education and much more!