Starbright Clinic Staff
Jennifer Coyle, MSPT
Jennifer has a master's degree in physical therapy and has worked in pediatrics for over 10 years. She has clinical expertise working with children of varied diagnoses including cerebral palsy, neurological impairments, head injury/TBI, stroke, autism, Down syndrome, torticollis, orthopedic diagnoses, genetic disorders and children with complex, medically fragile conditions. She is a certified Interactive Metronome (IM) provider and has special interests in children with neurological impairments and children with complex medical diagnoses.
Kimberly Knape, MS CCC-SLP
Kim has a master's of science degree in communication disorders and a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech Language Hearing Association. She has over 10 years experience treating children with language and articulation disorders, autism spectrum disorder, hearing impairment, various syndromes, apraxia of speech, feeding and fluency disorders. Kim has a special interest in working with the hearing impaired population and using American Sign Language as part of treatment.
Farah Moore,MA, OTR
Registered Occupational Therapist
Farah has a master's of occupational therapy. She has worked in pediatrics for seven years and has experience in both medical and educationally-based service models. Farah works with children aged 2 to 17 years who have a variety of diagnoses including autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, ADHD (attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder), and learning disablities. She is the director of the Therapeutic Listening Program at Starbright, an Interactive Metronome Certified Provider (IM) and has experience using sensory integrative techniques and various handwriting programs.
Amy Narkiewicz, COTA
Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant
Amy received an associate's degree in occupational therapy and became a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant in 2001. She has been working with pediatrics for the past three years. Amy received continuing education in behavior management, sensory processing, motor skills, and developmental disabilities. She is a certified Interactive Metronome (IM) provider.
Carly Paben, BA PTA
Physical Therapy Assistant
Carly received a bachelor of arts degree in 2005 from Concordia University and an associate’s degree as a physical therapist assistant in 2009. Her last clinical affiliation from school was with HealthSouth Starbright Pediatric Clinic where her interests in working with children was enhanced. She is a certified Interactive Metronome (IM) provider and is the director of the Pediatric Weekend Aquatics Program.
Carolyn Roelse, OTR
Carolyn has a master's in occupational therapy and has been working in pediatrics for over six years. She is Interactive Metronome(IM) certified and received training in the Handwriting Without Tears Program. Carolyn received continuing education in sensory processing, behavior management, developmental disabilities, social skills, and handwriting and observation skills in a school/outpatient setting.