Beverly Reyes PT

parent mentors
physical therapy
special needs advocacy

I am a dedicated pediatric physical therapist who is also a mom of children with exceptionalities. I speak Spanish and love advocating for children.

1:1 Consults
Groups
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Offers

How can I help my kid to make progress? Ask Me about gross motor development. (30 minutes)

Let's get your questions answered. Whether you're new to early intervention, physical therapy (PT) or your child has been receiving services, my experience will help answer your question.

$30.00

Text/Chat with Beverly (30 minutes)

I am a mom of a child with exceptionalities and a physical therapist by profession. My areas of expertise are early intervention, motor development for your little ones, sensory integration, autism, advocating for the resources your child needs both medical and at school. I am Hispanic and proficient in Spanish as well and would love to help break the language barrier for education access.

$30.00

Years of Experience

9

Age Ranges

Preschool (4 - 5)

Early intervention (0 - 3)

Pre-teen (6 - 12)

Certifications

IEP Advocate, Physical Therapist, Breastfeeding specialist

Experience with Conditions

Autism Spectrum Disorder

Cerebral Palsy

Down Syndrome

Brain Injury

Behavioral Disorder

Spina Bifida

Expertise Areas

Sensory Issues

Physical Challenges

Transition

Developmental Delay

About

I am mom of 2, one with medical need and academic exceptionalities. I am also a dedicated physical therapist with experience in pediatric setting to include, but not limited to Autism, Early Intervention, and Sensory Integration. As a mom and PT I found my love and passion: advocating for kids in the medical and academic setting so equal access is provided for each child across all settings. I am hispanic and proficient in Spanish as well, and would love to help break the language barrier for education access.

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