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Practicing Skills in Context

At Amy Rogge & Associates, we are committed to meeting your child at their current level of ability and growing with them from there. We promise to be sensitive to your child’s interests and skills, and we seek to engage parents, siblings, teachers, and other important people in your child’s life. We provide aquatic therapy, fine motor and gross motor skill development, feeding interventions and strongly encourage home and school visits.

Practicing Skills in Context
Think about when you learned to drive. Did you use a simulator, or did you practice behind the wheel of a real car? Which do you think makes a more prepared driver? Did you use a simulator, or did you practice behind the wheel of a real car? Which do you think makes a more prepared driver? Simulated activities are valuable, but children need the opportunity to practice new talents and developmental skills in context. At Amy Rogge & Associates, we make an effort to simulate as little as possible. We are committed to providing relevant, real-life opportunities to enhance learning and empower children to be as independent as possible with the jobs of being a kid… playing, learning, friendship, and family connections.

 

About Amy Rogge
Amy earned a clinical doctorate degree in occupational therapy from Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. She has training in aquatic therapy, sensory integration, hand therapy and splinting, feeding therapy, and hippotherapy (therapy using horses to build motor and sensory skills). Amy is trained in the evaluation and treatment of feeding issues using Beckman Oral Motor Assessment and Intervention (www.beckmanoralmotor.com). Amy also has training in pediatric vestibular rehabilitation.
Amy is passionate about helping children reach their potential in all areas of their lives. Amy strongly believes that the best and longest lasting learning occurs in the natural environment, and children demonstrate more progress in therapy when the activities are meaningful and occur in the appropriate context.

Amy and her husband, Billy met in Abilene, Texas and moved to Omaha for Amy’s education. They relocated to the Denver area as soon as they possibly could, and they’ve never looked back! Amy and Billy have a toddler and a boxer named Olive. Along with spending time with her family, Amy enjoys Zumba, walking, knitting, reading, and is slowly learning to sew.


Financial Administrator / Callie Brode: calliembrode@gmail.com 

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