We encourage one another to think outside of the box
M’Liss Buckles, OT, Children's Therapy Center, Kent
I love to work here because I have the autonomy to do what is best for families. My treatment is not limited by "higher ups” who set rigid rules based on the financial bottom line. Instead, we encourage one another to think outside of the box and go above and beyond to make things happen for families. A 5 year old boy I work has cerebral palsy, and he lacks the respiratory breath support for good voice volume. He needed a microphone headset so people can hear the wonderful things he has to say. The microphone cost $200, which was simply not in the family’s budget. A quick conversation with Leslie (CTC office administrator and member of the CTC Guild) got the ball rolling. The Guild had a fundraiser and donated money for a microphone. Problem solved, and life changed! When a family puts their trust in us and invites us to be a part of their lives, I want to do all I can to help them reach their goals. I really feel I can do that here.