Bridges of Possibilities, LLC was created by Paula Simpson with the intent to develop a web base community information center in order to provide resources for those caring for children with special needs. Bridges of Possibilities has expanded to a pediatric therapy clinic, providing a portfolio of Occupational, Physical and Speech therapy services.
Paula Simpson, OTR/L, MHA, is an experienced occupational therapist with specialized training in pediatric and geriatric population for over 20 years. She has a combined holistic and nurturing approach to help children and adults achieve optimal functional independence and developmental milestones within the home, school, outpatient, hospital and skilled nursing environment.
Paula is a Certified ABT (Advanced Brain Technology) provider from “The Listening Program.” She received her B.S. in occupational therapy and a Master’s degree in health administration. Her expertise includes extensive consulting, program development, speaking engagements, trainings and mentoring in the field of occupational therapy.
Submit your child’s story to be featured on our website. Send us an email and include your story. Please include pictures of your child along with their story. You MUST send a picture to be featured. You must be the parent or legal guardian in order to submit information. Please include your child’s diagnosis, age, abilities, accomplishments, challenges and any other information you would like to share about your child. All submissions will be reviewed. If your child’s story is selected, you will be notified by email. Please note that all content submitted may not appear on the website.
Please contact Bridges of Possibilities, LLC to submit your story or for more information about resources, speaking engagements, trainings or consulting services.
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