CRCC’s therapy program is built on a foundation of caring, compassion and skill.
Within both the day and outpatient programs, CRCC’s team of physical, occupational, speech and feeding therapists work together to provide the highest-quality treatment and deliver a brighter future to kids and families.
Take a minute and get to know CRCC’s experienced and dynamic therapy team.
Kelsey Moreland, SLP, Clinical Supervisor
Kelsey is a full-time speech-language pathologist and clinical supervisor at our Northwest location. She enjoys working with children with autism spectrum disorder and feeding difficulties. However, her favorite part of working at CRCC is helping children find their voice. She truly believes that everyone deserves a way to communicate.
Riley Ford, SLP
Riley is a full-time speech-language pathologist who received her master's from the University of Nebraska- Lincoln where she was a part of the Improve Troupe. Her time on the Troupe has made her an expert at adapting to new situations and following a child lead during therapy sessions. She enjoys working with individuals with feeding and swallowing difficulties and individuals who use Augmentative and Alternative Communication. Riley’s favorite part of working at CRCC is the ability to serve the family as a whole to meet both the child and family’s needs.
Ariana Koch, DPT
Ariana is a full-time physical therapist who completed her doctorate in physical therapy at UNMC. She loves helping children meet motor milestones and learn new skills that increase their independence and enhance their ability to learn and play. When not working, she loves to hike, walk her dog and go camping with her husband.
Aubrey Brown, MS, OTR/L, Clinical Supervisor
Aubrey is a full-time occupational therapist who has focused her skills in pediatric and neurodevelopment treatment settings. She brings energy to her work and loves working with all children but especially enjoys neurologic diagnosis, sensory processing and emotional regulation. Aubrey’s favorite thing about being a pediatric OT is being able to play all day while helping children meet milestones and learn to do daily things that positively impact their lives and interdependence.
Liza Prusa, OT
Liza is a full-time occupational therapist at CRCC. She received her master's degree in occupational therapy from the College of St. Mary’s while competing on their women’s soccer team. Through this experience, she has become a skilled leader and motivator. One of her favorite things about being an OT is helping people achieve tasks they never thought were possible and helping them reach their goals. She brings compassion and energy to her work and loves working with pediatrics. Liza enjoys working with all children but especially enjoys sensory processing, emotional regulation, and handwriting. Liza has a gift for motivating the child through encouragement and patience.
Jennifer Oliver, C.T.R.S.
Jennifer is a full-time Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist. She enjoys being able to assist the children in improving and/or maintaining physical, cognitive, social and emotional functioning through recreational activities so that they can have full participation in life. Her favorite thing about working at CRCC is to watch the children learn and grow every day.