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Why Families Choose Us
Integration Station Pediatric Therapy Services was founded in 2010 by occupational therapist, Nicole Cyphert. During the early part of her career, Nicole refined her expertise working with children in sensory clinics, homes, and daycare centers, but felt something was missing from the therapeutic process. She had built strong relationships with families and saw good outcomes from the intervention she provided however she always felt she could do more. This is when she dug deep to determine how good outcomes could become GREAT outcomes which led to the beginning of Integration Station.
Integration Station would be different. It would be a place where families not only received top-notch care for their children but were empowered by becoming an integral part of the therapeutic process. Through empowerment, the children, their parents, siblings, and other caregivers would feel “heard”. They would receive practical strategies that could be implemented into their already busy lives. They would know that they had a team supporting them and helping them along their journey to overcome obstacles.
These values stand true years later and therefore families choose Integration Station as their child’s occupational therapy provider. The team at IS is committed to staying up to date with research and best practices so they can be informative and accelerate the therapeutic process. Families often tell IS how much their children love therapy and are grateful for the gained knowledge and home programming that allows them to better support their child.
- Every child deserves the opportunity to overcome challenges and achieve greatness no matter what obstacles have been placed in their way.
- We embrace individuality and acknowledge differences that makes each person unique and extraordinary.
- We take care of our clients like family and deliver services with respect and compassion
Certified Autism Center
Integration Station Becomes the First Certified Autism Center™ in Charlotte (June 30, 2020)
Integration Station, based in Charlotte, NC, has received the Certified Autism Center (CAC) designation from the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES). The CAC designation is awarded to organizations whose staff have completed training and certification in in best practices when working with children and individuals with autism and other disorders through IBCCES.
Integration Station (IS) specializes in the delivery of occupational therapy for children experiencing a variety of challenges that impact their daily routines. Many of its clients experience sensory processing difficulties, delays in motor development, and have neurological or genetic disorders that impact their journeys through life. By undergoing additional autism-specific training, the goal is for their team is better equipped to assist all their patients.
“For over 10 years Integration Station has provided occupational therapy services to children and their families by delivering research-based interventions. I’m excited and proud to announce that Integration Station will continue to provide top-notch care by becoming the first Certified Autism Center™ in the Charlotte, NC, area,” explained Nicole Cyphert, the CEO and Director of Integration Station Pediatric Therapy Services. “All staff at Integration Station participated in the extensive training to enhance our knowledge and allow us to better serve children and families living with autism. We will continue to deliver quality interventions to our families in our sensory clinic, as well as the natural environments of home, school, and daycare.”
For more than 20 years, IBCCES has been the industry leader in cognitive disorder training and certification for education, healthcare, and corporate professionals around the globe. IBCCES provides evidence-based training and certification programs created in conjunction with its board of clinical and subject matter experts, as well as individuals with autism, to provide professionals serving individuals with cognitive disorders a better understanding of what these disorders are, industry best practices, varied perspectives, and the latest research in these areas.
“IBCCES was excited to partner with the team at Integration Station to help enhance their professional knowledge so they can continue their mission of providing the best quality of care for their clients,” said IBCCES Board Chairman, Myron Pincomb.