Where passion, purpose
and therapy meet...
At Purposed Pediatrics Therapy
we believe that every individual is created for a purpose and deserves to live a purposeful life. Through a variety of occupational therapy services, we strive to educate, encourage and inspire individuals and their families to pursue a life of purpose.
Our passion is delivering quality and focused therapy in assisting individuals in being purposeful in daily occupations such as play, self-care, socialization
“For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.”
Courtenay founded Purposed Pediatrics Therapy because she believes that every day should be lived in purpose and on purpose. She always knew that she had a passion for pediatrics and ultimately wanted to provide an environment where individuals and their families would discover that they are created for a purpose no matter the challenges that they may encounter. She hopes that when receiving services through Purposed Pediatrics, your child will be affirmed that they are purposely and wonderfully made.
Courtenay loves Jesus and has a passion for inspiring the younger generation. She loves spending time with her husband, daughter, and son, who are great inspirations in her life. She is a former collegiate basketball and track athlete who loves sports and plans to integrate her love for sports and occupational therapy in the future.
Courtenay has a passion for motivating and helping children live a purposeful life. She received her Bachelor and Master of Science in Kinesiology-Exercise Science from the University of Arkansas-Fayetteville. After completing her master’s, she decided to continue her education and pursue the field of occupational therapy, receiving her Associate of Applied Science in occupational therapy from Baptist Health College Little Rock. After working in the skilled nursing facility setting for seven years as a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant and Rehabilitation Director, Courtenay decided to advance her career and obtain her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy from the University of Texas-Tyler. She also has experience in the following settings: outpatient pediatrics, hospital, and school setting.
Purposed Pediatrics Therapy specializes in and delivers holistic pediatric occupational therapy services that are client-centered. We are qualified to provide comprehensive evaluations, client-centered treatment programs, and parent/caregiver education. Our treatment intervention and education focuses on building foundational skills to help individuals gain a level of independence and improve their quality of life in their daily occupations. We are trained to provide skilled intervention to the pediatric population with disorders affecting motor, cognitive, social and behavioral development.
Fine and Gross
Upper Body / Core Strengthening
Bilateral Coordination Skills
Visual Motor Integration
Play and Social
Purposed Pediatric Therapy provides home health, community, telehealth, and school contract services.
Home Health Services
We are more than happy to bring occupational therapy to you! Occupational therapy services within the child’s natural environment can help your child thrive and live a purposeful day-to-day life. We will also educate caregivers on implementing occupational therapy strategies at home that will benefit your child outside of therapy sessions.
We can implement our sessions into your child’s life if they currently attend daycare or school. We can provide services to your child in their learning environment for them to grow in their daily lives in the areas of play, social interaction, fine motor skills, and sensory processing. We will collaborate with the staff at your child’s daycare or school to support your child in his/her educational journey.
We do provide virtual occupational therapy services to individuals in Texas. These services are beneficial regarding safety, flexible scheduling, and individuals who reside beyond our face-to-face service area. We understand that safety is the number one priority for your child during the COVID-19 pandemic.