PediaPlex is committed to providing exceptional care and support to its clients and their families. A recent poll in DFW Child recognized three PediaPlex therapists as mom-approved choices for exceptional service. Kelsey Clark, speech-language pathologist (SLP), Monica Johnson, occupational therapist, and Sonia Thwaites, SLP assistant, were all chosen by DFW Child readers as 2016 Mom-Approved Medical Providers. They were nominated by the families they serve, and these parents want others in the community to have the same amazing experiences when taking their children to speech or occupational therapy. PediaPlex is honored to have three of its therapists recognized and values them as an integral part of the PediaPlex team and local community.
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