Kayla Briscoe, MOT, OTR/L

Kayla Briscoe attended Keuka College and received her Bachelor of Occupational Science and a Master of Occupational Therapy before acquiring her National Board Certification in Occupational Therapy and license in New York. After working in New York for some time, Kayla and her husband moved to Charlotte, North Carolina where she became licensed and pursued her dream of becoming a specialized pediatric OT.

Ms. Kayla says, “I sought out working with the pediatric population because I wanted to be able to help clients on a more personal level and to help our young generation have a fair chance at all life has to offer. Pediatrics is a fast paced and forever changing field which can make occupational therapy exciting and helps me to learn so many new skills. Not to mention I think kids are great!”

Ms. Kayla boosted her knowledge through research and taking part in various educational opportunities. She gained her Certified Autism Specialist certificate in June 2020. Additionally, she specializes in sensory processing, motor praxis and development, Handwriting Without Tears, the Wilbarger Therapressure Program, social and emotional development, Trauma within Childhood, and pediatric feeding difficulties.

Ms. Kayla often provides evaluation and intervention to children experiencing Developmental, Neurological, Autism Spectrum, and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorders.

Ms. Kayla Says, “Integration Station is more than just a business or company. Integration Station is like a family. I am challenged to grow and supported when accomplishments are made. There is so much respect and passion in this company it’s hard not to love! I enjoy being the piece to a larger puzzle and feel as though I can grow and become a better therapist.”

In Ms. Kayla’s free time she works with her husband renovating homes and investing in the real estate market. She enjoys tending to her garden and getting crafty by re-purposing old items into something new. She has two wonderful dogs Kota and Hannah and enjoys watching them play.