|Judy Delaware, CLIPP, OTR/L|
Judy is a Registered and Licensed Occupational Therapist and President of Positive Therapeutic Beginnings since 2005. Judy is a practicing therapist specializing in home assessments, home modifications and family education, and has helped people (including children) of all ages with Activities of Daily Living and with home accessibility and safety. She is also the Co-Founder of Feeding Littles, an on-line training program for parents and therapists since 2011.
|Monique Chabot, OTD, OTR/L, CLIPP, CAPS|
Monique has worked in home health for over 6 years, during which time, she developed a passion for home design for seniors. Dr. Chabot currently works as an assistant professor of Occupational Therapy at Philadelphia University, where she often works on interprofessional design projects with architecture and interior design. She was chosen to be part of the American Occupational Therapy Association Emerging Leaders program, during which time she worked on increasing the knowledge base of Occupational Therapists on home modifications.
Sabrena McCarley, MBA-SL, OTR/L, CLIPP, RAC-CT
Dr J. Robert Clark, M.D.Board Certified Doctor in Neurology by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, J. Robert Clark, M.D. is a retired neurologist who practiced general neurology in Spokane, Washington for 31 years and currently serves as a senior member of the American Academy of Neurology. He graduated from Washington State University with a degree in Chemistry and received his Medical Degree from the University of Washington. He had a residency in Internal Medicine at the Brown University Medical School in Providence, Rhode Island followed by a residency in Neurology at the University of Oregon in Portland.
Melissa Lydecker, MPT, CLIPP
Melissa graduated from Marquette University with a Master’s in Physical Therapy in 2003. She has worked as a PT in both IL and WI, primarily treating the geriatric population and those who have suffered a neurologic insult.
Melissa currently works as a PT in the clinical setting, rehabbing patients in the inpatient rehab and acute care setting. Melissa has a passion for home modification and accessibility, to keep individuals in their homes throughout their disease process and aging. To feed this passion, she also works as an Accessibility Consultant with Bridgeway Independent Living Designs (BILD) in Milwaukee. BILD is an accessible remodeling company with a medical supply store called the Home Safety and Comfort Center.
In her role with BILD, Melissa completes home safety assessments, educates clients and their families/caregivers on proper use of lift equipment, and meets with vendors about new products for maintaining client's independence and safety. She values the importance of maintaining an individuals’ dignity and allowing them to remain mobile in an accessible and aesthetically pleasing environment.
Melissa also leads Stepping On workshops in Milwaukee; an evidence based program that focuses on fall prevention and improving confidence of community dwelling individuals.
Melissa is committed to building a strong relationship with her clients and understanding the physical and emotional needs that people develop in creating their home.