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Therapist of the Quarter – Amy Zerhusen

Therapist of the Quarter

My name is Amy Zerhusen, and I have been a speech-language pathologist for over 7 years. I obtained my bachelor’s degree in communications from Thomas More College and my master’s degree in Speech- Language Pathology from Miami University in Oxford, OH. My career in pediatrics began in Cincinnati, OH, working for Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.

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Therapist of the Quarter – Sherilyn Holzer

Therapist of the Quarter

“Congratulations, Sherilyn Holzer has been admitted to the University of New Hampshire.” After reading that sentence on my acceptance letter, that is when my journey as a healthcare professional began. My freshman year, I chose an undeclared, liberal arts major. I knew that I really enjoyed the sciences and that I wanted to help people. Surprisingly, I had never heard of occupational therapy before going to college.

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Therapist of the Quarter – Julie McCay

Therapist of the Quarter

My name is Julie McCay and I have been a speech-language pathologist for six years. I obtained my bachelor‘s degree in communication science and disorders from the University of Pittsburgh and my master‘s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. My career began in North Carolina where I was in private practice.

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Therapist of the Quarter – Sarah St. Laurent

Therapist of the Quarter

Sarah St. Laurent has worked with ProCare for over two years. She received her Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy and her Masters in Public Health and Health Administration from University of New Hampshire.

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Therapist of the Quarter – Caroline Pittard

Therapist of the Quarter

Caroline Pittard is a licensed and certified Speech-Language Pathologist with ProCare Therapy. She has been with ProCare for over 3 years and even completed her CF program through ProCare! Caroline has a special interest in stuttering and pediatric speech and language disorders.

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