KSPS is dedicated to meeting the individual needs of our clients and their families. We are committed to providing flexible scheduling options. Speech-language pathologists review progress and provide training to families on a weekly basis. Consultations with teachers, physicians, and other professionals are scheduled to coordinate services. Our staff will obtain referrals, prescriptions, and reports as needed from the appropriate source.
KSPS now offers pediatric occupational therapy services. We provide evaluations and create treatment plans to benefit children who have motor delays and differences in sensory processing. Our goal is to enhance development, minimize the potential for developmental delays, provide functional skills training, and help families meet their child’s special needs. Individual sessions and home-based programs are available, as well as co-treatment sessions with a speech-language pathologist.
Brittney Champagne Chappell, OTR, MOT received her bachelors of science in psychology with a minor in biology from Lamar University. She has her masters in occupational therapy from the University of Texas Medical Branch. She is a member of the American Occupational Therapy Association.
Brittney has previous experience working in early childhood intervention and school districts. She worked at two school districts in the Orange County, Texas area for four years. Her practice area of emphasis is on sensory integration. She believes that self-regulation can occur when the right activities and situations are provided for the child. She has experience in providing individualized sensory diets to help a child feel calm, alert, and organized so he or she is ready to learn or respond.
Brittney was hired to assist in growing the full-time occupational therapy department and the sensory clinic at KSPS in 2012. Brittney has training in Interactive Metronome, Sensory Integration, Neurodevelopmental Therapy, myofascial release (MFR), and Handwriting Without Tears.
Brittney enjoys spending time with her family and friends, reading, and traveling. Brittney welcomed her first child, her daughter, Brynn in February 2014.
Christine Edwards, COTA graduated from Lone Star College, Kingwood with an Associate of Applied Science Degree Occupational Therapy Assisting in May 2012. She is a member of the American Occupational Therapy Association and the Texas Occupational Therapy Association. She completed her fieldwork at Center for Pediatric Therapy in the Woodlands and TIRR Memorial Herman, Brain Injury Team. After graduation, Christine worked at Center for Pediatric Therapy before accepting a position at KSPS in June 2014. Christine’s special area of interest/experience is in Sensory Integration. She has received training in the Handwriting Without Tears program and is certified in Interactive Metronome.
Christine has been married for 27 years and has two adult daughters and a teenage son; a dog and a cat round out the family. Christine enjoys knitting and sewing and recently had a dress she made receive a First Place ribbon at the Texas State Fair.
Tracy Doss, COTA
graduated from Lone Star College, Kingwood with an Associates of Applied Science Degree – Occupational Therapy Assistant – in August 2016. She is a member of the American Occupational Therapy Association and the Texas Occupational Therapy Association. She completed her fieldwork at New Horizons Vocational and Social Training Center in New Caney, Kindred Rehabilitation Hospital in Humble, and at Kingwood Speech Pathology Services. Upon graduation, Tracy accepted a position with Kingwood Speech and began working as a tech until passing her certification and licensing exams becoming a full-time COTA. Tracy’s special area of interest involves Sensory Integration and Autism Spectrum Disorder. Her training includes Handwriting Without Tears, Crisis Prevention Institute Nonviolent Safety/Crisis intervention Program, and Strategies based on Autism Research (STAR) Program of Early Intervention.
Tracy’s previous experience includes working as an educational assistant and trainer for the Structure Learning Classrooms in Round Rock ISD from 2008 to 2013 and for Klein ISD Developmental self-contained classrooms from 2013 – 2015 working with a variety students with special needs in grades K – 5th.
Tracy moved to Houston from Austin with her husband of 35 years and has two grown daughters; Marina - a Band Director and Alyssa - a Patisserie Chef. She enjoys gardening and nature, watching musical productions, reading and baking.
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