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Sensational Steps Therapy

Pediatric Occupational Therapy
in West Michigan and Beyond
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We are currently accepting new in-person clients!
We are able to provide occupational therapy at our Spring Lake office, as well as at a child's home or school within 30 minutes of Grand Haven. We are also proud to offer quality teletherapy OT services in the states of Michigan, Florida, Vermont, and Illinois.

 

GOOD NEWS!

Sensational Steps now accepts Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO plans.

Call us today!

616-402-6997

 

Flexible

We offer various in-person and teletherapy services. Sessions can be scheduled for the clinic, home, school, or a community setting within 30 minutes of our Grand Haven office. Secure, HIPAA-compliant teletherapy is available for the states of: Michigan, Vermont, Florida, and Illinois.

Quality

Kaylie Stearns, OTR/L has a very unique set of skills and certifications. She has advanced training in Sensory Integration and is SIPT certified through USC/WPS. Kaylie is also an Intermediate Level Floortime Provider and is one of a handful of OTs in the state to be formally trained in the DIR model.

Supportive

At Sensational Steps Therapy, our OT treatments utilize a strong play-based approach and are individualized for each child's unique abilities, needs, and interests. We embrace a team approach, placing a heavy focus on supporting and collaborating with caregivers, teachers, and other providers.

Proudly providing in-person therapy in West Michigan.

Teletherapy is available in:

  • Michigan

  • Illinois

  • Florida

  • Vermont

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Ready to learn more about our services?

Sensational Reviews:

"Kaylie is a gifted therapist with a wealth of knowledge about autism and sensory processing problems... I was especially impressed with the way Kaylie communicated with my nonverbal daughter using DIR Floortime techniques. She had my daughter interacting and even saying many words and small phrases... I am grateful for the accommodations Kaylie suggested and for the sensory activities that she provided for us to use at home."