Timberly Leite - Innovative Therapy Solutions
The grand opening of Innovative Therapy Solutions was a huge success as seen by the numerous attendees, sounds of children enjoying educational toys, and concerned parents excited about the availability of Speech Therapy services in Harlem.
Timberly Leite, New York State Licensed Speech-Language Pathologist and Owner/Director of Innovative Therapy Solutions, has brought to Harlem a much needed service to address the speech therapy needs of children ages birth to 21. Traditionally, therapy is delivered in the school/preschool settings, through home programs via approved providers, hospitals, clinics, or rehabilitation centers. Often there are waiting lists and parents travel long distances to obtain this necessary service. So having Timberly in the neighborhood is truly a welcomed addition.
Innovative Therapy Solutions is not limited to speech therapy. Timberly also provides evaluations, parent education courses, and the ability to purchase therapy materials to ensure carryover outside of the formal therapy setting. Future services include adding Occupational and Physical Therapy.
At the onset of meeting Timberly, one immediately senses the warm and caring concern emanating from this creative professional. She brings to Harlem experience, energy, and a desire to meet the local speech therapy needs.
Wishing Timberly much success in her new endeavor!
Innovative Therapy Solutions
2236 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. BLVD (between 131st & 132nd)
New York, NY 10027
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Tim Bagley, a Harlem regular as of late, was spotted with friends at Harlem hot spots Chez Lucienne and Red Rooster.
Tim currently stars opposite Lisa Kudrow, as “Richard Pratt” on Showtime’s “Web Therapy.” Look for him in the NBC pilot episode of “Grimm.” Many know him from his roles as “Harold Krenshaw” on “Monk,” and “Larry” on “Will and Grace.” Other television highlights include “$#*! My Dad Says,” “Shameless,” “Love Bites,” “Hot In Cleveland,” “Southland,” “Desperate Housewives “Pushing Daisies,” “Wanda Does It,” and “Curb Your Enthusiasm.” Film highlights include the Judd Apatow movie, “This Is 40,” “The Space Between,” with Melissa Leo, “Knocked Up,” “Employee of the Month,” “Operation Endgame,” “Finding Bliss,” “Mask,” “Accepted,” and “The Day After Tomorrow.”
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