Every Child deserves the opportunity to dream big, have fun, and learn along the way!
Meet Lizzy, co-owner of unlimited pOTential pediatrics. Lizzy graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and went on to pursue her master’s degree in occupational therapy from A.T. Still University. She graduated in January 2015. Since then, she has sought out additional training in the areas of sensory processing, ADHD, school-based therapy, visual deficits and Lizzy is certified in SOS Approach to Feeding. Lizzy was on the path of becoming a psychologist when she discovered occupational therapy during an observation. She knew immediately that OT was the career she had been searching for. Lizzy has a passion for helping children and their families overcome challenges while focusing on all they can do. Her therapy style is fun and interactive, and she has the ability to connect with her patients with ease. This results in her patients enjoying therapy and looking forward to their sessions. Lizzy enjoys reading, spending time with her small group, traveling, exercising, being outdoors, and attending OU football games
Julie is an OT Assistant at UPP and a long time Norman resident. Her children both attend Norman Schools and watching them play sports is one of her favorite hobbies. Mrs. Julie is certified in Therapeutic Listening and really enjoys working with children and their families to improve their daily life. Her patient and laid back personality helps her build wonderful relationships and makes therapy so much fun!
Meet Brandie, co-owner of unlimited pOTential pediatrics. Brandie graduated from the Occupational Therapy Assistant Program at Oklahoma City Community College in 2013 with a degree in Applied Science. She realized early on that her patience and fun-loving personality would serve her well working with children, and she has spent her career serving students with a variety of diagnoses in the public-school system. Among her many accomplishments, Brandie is certified in Therapeutic Listening, “Handwriting without Tears” curriculum, The Alert Program for Self-Regulation, and “Smart But Scattered” strategies for children with ADHD. Brandie values the involvement of families and educational figures and believes in a strength-based approach to therapy. She’s passionate about building a child’s self-confidence and using their strengths to improve their independence in school, home, and community life. Brandie enjoys, traveling, binging crime podcasts, attending her children's sporting events and spending as much time as possible with her granddaughter.
Julia is an OT Assistant at UPP and loves to play guitar, watch TV with her husband and hang out with her family. Mrs. Julia is certified in the SOS Approach to Feeding and loves being able to use her creative side to find fun ways to connect with all children. Her favorite part of working in pediatrics is that each day is a new adventure, and getting to celebrate all the victories with her kiddos, big and small, makes each day a joy!
Carleigh is an OT Assistant at UPP. She is certified in the SOS Approach to Feeding and loves engaging with children in a playful way to make each session fun, leaving each child looking forward to OT each week. Carleigh has a fun, creative, laid-back personality that allows her to interact with children with ease. She loves to explore new ideas that will best benefit each child and increase their confidence. Carleigh also enjoys painting, making home decor signs, working out, and spending time with her husband.
MEET YOUR TEAM
YOUR CHILD'S POTENTIAL IS UNLIMITED
Unlimited Potential was built on the core belief that children have so much life ahead of them and what we do now greatly affects the trajectory of the rest of their lives. We succeed when our patients feel empowered to live more independently. And we exist to eliminate the limitations that get in the way.
At UP, we recognize the potential within each and every child. Through our years of experience, we’ve discovered various ways to properly equip children and their families to set our patients up for success in school, in relationships, at home, and in their future careers. Our process is unique in that we meet our patients where they are. We believe in a friend-to-friend approach, and the way we interact with our patients is comfortable, relaxed, and approachable.
Because of our unique, non-authoritarian method, we’re able to connect with our patients in a meaningful way and build genuine relationships with them. This allows our treatment to go much further because the children feel engaged and committed to their success.
Attention Span & Regulation
Fine motor skills (handwriting, cutting)
Visual motor skills
Strength and endurance
Coordination, body & spatial awareness
Daily Activities (dressing, grooming)
No Cost collaboration with educational team
Ready To Get Started?
Please contact your child's Physician and let them know you'd like to come to unlimited pOTential. They will fax us a referral. Upon receipt of this referral, we will contact you to schedule an evaluation appointment. At this time, we will work with you to develop a personalized plan of care for your child so they can begin the journey to reach their unlimited pOTential.
We are "In-Network" with SoonerCare, HealthChoice, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, HealthCare Highways, Kempton Group & Chickasaw Potawatomie Nation. We are also certified TriCare providers and in the process of becoming "In-Network". We are happy to provide services "Out of Network" for any insurance provider and can provide a Superbill/Invoice to be filed with your insurance for reimbursement. Please contact our office for "Private Pay" rates of service.