Will earned a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from The George Washington University in 2012 and a Bachelor's Degree in Health and Exercise Science from Syracuse University in 2009. He is certified by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties as an Orthopedic Clinical Specialist and has been distinguished by the Office for People with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) as a certified provider of Independent Practitioner Services for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities (IPSIDD). He has provided care for individuals with developmental disabilities in the Hudson Valley region since 2016 and has experience managing wheelchair clinics, brace clinics, and providing home health services. He has served as adjunct faculty for the Doctor of Physical Therapy programs at The George Washington University and Touro College and is the President of Hudson Valley Adaptive Sports, a non-profit focused on providing adventure experiences for individuals with developmental disabilities.
In his free time will enjoys spending time with his family and friends, traveling, and getting into nature.
Laura received her Associates Degree as a Physical Therapist Assistant from SUNY Orange in 2012 where she was awarded a Certificate of Merit for outstanding scholastic achievement and graduated with High Honors. She also holds a Bachelor's degree in Kinesiology with an emphasis in Sports, Nutrition and Health from San Diego State University in 2000. Laura worked in the orthopedic clinical setting for 10 years and transitioned to caring for individuals with developmental disabilities at the start of 2022.
In her spare time, Laura enjoys hiking the beautiful trails of Putnam County with her family and 3 year old Labrador as well as staying fit at her local crossfit gym.
Mark received his Associates Degree as a Physical Therapist Assistant from SUNY Orange in 2020. Prior to that he worked as an aide for a local hospital and helped create a Teen Sports Medicine Program, working with local school districts. Mark is skilled in auto repair, masonry, and HVAC and enjoys drawing parallels between the physics and mechanics of machinery and the science of human movement.
Mark lives in Ulster County with his family and enjoys playing football, rugby, and hiking.
Kristina earned her Masters in Occupational Therapy along with her Bachelors in Occupational Science from the University at Buffalo in 2018. Aside from her duties with Hudson Valley Clinical Services, Kristina works at Helen Hayes Hospital as a seating and mobility specialist with a focus on wheelchair evaluations and positioning. She is currently studying to receive her Assistive Technology Professional (ATP) certification. Prior to her role as a seating and mobility specialist, she worked as an inpatient occupational therapist at Helen Hayes Hospital. Kristina has been working with individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities since 2018 and became a certified provider of Independent Practitioner Services for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities (IPSIDD) in 2020.
In her free time, Kristina loves spending time with her family, friends, and especially her golden retriever. She enjoys traveling, going to Disney, and just being outdoors.
Jackie received her Associates Degree as a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant at Mercy College in Dobbs ferry. She worked at a skilled nursing facility for 6 years and has over 20 years experience working with individual’s with developmental disabilities.
She has assisted in wheelchair clinics and home care evaluations for safety and adaptive equipment use for 12 years.
Jackie has 5 children and 12 grandchildren to keep her busy, but tries to find time for traveling, kayaking and hiking.
Lisa has a degree in Speech-Language Pathology and worked for 20 years in the field. She enjoys the operations side of things and is happy to serve as a support to our therapists, their patients and caregivers.
Lisa lives in Westchester County with her husband, stepsons and two dogs.
Baxter is a 5 year-old yellow lab. He doesn't bark or jump. He simply is there for a good back rub and to show off his tricks in return for a treat. His happy and calm demeanor make him the perfect companion for the occasional therapy visit. Upon request, Baxter will happily jump in the car and join one of the therapy sessions for some much needed canine affection. He's a good boy.