Leaps and Bounds is a pediatric therapy center providing a variety of therapies for children of all ages and abilities. Our expert staff is trained to address any area that impedes a child’s performance at home, at school, or in the community. Our therapists are specially trained to treat sensory processing concerns, which often interfere with a child’s ability to successfully complete daily activities. We offer a wide variety of treatment programs to meet each child’s specific needs.
Carrie Salyer and Lisa Cooseman started Leaps and Bounds in 2005 after working in the school system as occupational therapists. They both sought additional freedom to plan interventions that would better meet the needs of children and their families, and foresaw that Leaps and Bounds could meet a previously unmet need in the community.
The company began to grow quickly and was in need of some administrative help. In 2008, Rob Salyer joined Leaps and Bounds full time to handle the office administration, scheduling, billing, etc. In 2015, Matt Cooseman joined the team as an occupational therapist, after working in the school system for years.
Leaps and Bounds continues to grow. With over 25 therapists, staff, and interns, we continue to learn new and innovative techniques to help your children grow, develop, learn, and succeed!
At Leaps and Bounds, our mission is to enhance the development of children, empower families, and educate the community through innovative, therapeutic programming.
Our unique facility is specifically designed to promote learning and development while the children think they are simply playing! Swings hanging from the ceiling, a trampoline, a rock wall… and much more create a one-of-a-kind, fun-filled experience for your child. Therapy has never been so much fun!
Our goal is to help families any way we can. Whether it is through our therapeutic programming, a referral to a trusted professional, or just listening to your concerns, our team is committed to helping you. We offer free consultations to parents as well.