Philip Pearce, COTA/L, Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant
Graduate of Appalachian State University with a BA in English and South College with a certificate from the OTA program. I first knew I wanted to work with children in 2001 when I worked as a summer camp counselor at an environmental education overnight camp. I returned to the camp for several summers through the years afterwards and always helping kids learn in active environment. My experience includes handwriting, executive function/organization, sensory regulation, and using daily routines to improve problem behaviors. I love working with children because few things are more satisfying than seeing children and families find ways to work together to improve their daily lives and participate in the world around them as fully as they can. My hobbies are simple repair and DIY house projects, college basketball, and teaching my 5 year old about Transformers, trails, and camping. I have been with Carolina Peds since 2014. I love Carolina Peds because the people I work with care about other people. We assume our coworkers' value and recognize we are working together to help each other help our clients and families.
Rebecca Bordeaux, OTR/L, Occupational Therapist
Graduate of East Carolina University. I first knew I wanted to work with children when as a teenager, I realized I was a fantastic babysitter! My experience includes working with children with varying abilities. I enjoy looking at a child challenges and assisting them to meet their potential in all areas of their daily life. I love working with children because children are FUN! My hobbies are spending time with my husband and three children. I am a crafter and love to make things with my hands. My current favorite hobby is making beaded jewelry. I have been with Carolina Peds since 2016 and it is a very supportive work environment.
Shea Ferretti, OTR/L, Occupational Therapist
Graduate of Dominican College. My area of interest include feeding. I love working with children because there is always an element of surprise. Everyday is an opportunity for learning and experiencing something new and there is always more room to learn and grow for both the family and the therapist. My hobbies include cooking, baking, hiking, crafting, and spending time with my family. I have been with Carolina Peds since 2021 it is an inclusive community of professionals who promote a safe learning environment and collaboration between all disciplines to provide the best care to our families.
Stephanie Wolfe, MOT/OTR/L, Occupational Therapist
Graduate of the University of Florida. I first knew I wanted to work with children when I was an older sister to 4 siblings. I found interacting with children joyful and fun!My experience includes feeding therapy, vision therapy, astronaut training, the Safe and Sound Protocol, Interactive Metronome, Integrative Listening System (iLs), Handwriting without Tears certified, reflex integration. My hobbies include dancing with the Asheville Ballet, taking Yoga, and spending time with my daughter, husband, and dog! I have been with Carolina Peds since 2017 we have a great community of therapists that I can rely on and share anything with.
Taylor Evans, OTR/L, Occupational Therapist
Graduate of West Virginia University. I first knew I wanted to work with children when I was in high school and volunteered with the West Virginia Special Olympics. I love working with children because it brings out my inner child and children are our future. My experience includes sensory integration, reflex integration, certified pediatric yoga instructor, experience with aquatic therapy. I love working with children because it brings out my inner child and children are our future. I have been with 2018 it provides wonderful opportunities to collaborate with other disciplines and also work in a variety of settings.
Theresa Sabo, COTA, Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant
Graduate of Cabarrus College of Health Sciences. I first knew I wanted to work with children when my own child with developmental and cognitive disabilities was going to see an occupational therapist. His occupational therapist not only helped my son but also improved my understanding of my son, enabling me to be a more proactive and understanding mother. Skills I hope to share with other parents. My experience includes Beckman Oral Motor (providing oral input to improve oral motor control and decrease sensitivity), iLs (a listening program for improving auditory processing, balance, motor planning/coordination, and a host of additional sensory/motor issues, research Integrative Listening Systems for more), Astronaut Training ( assists in balance, oculo motor control, and improved tolerance of movement), background in working with children who have experienced trauma/neglect, children who have developmental delays, children with cerebral palsy, and children with genetic disorders affecting growth and development. I love working with children because children are where the future begins. Affirming a child's being with good listening and providing them with supportive opportunities for developing physically, mentally, and emotionally enables growth into more healthy adults who will hopefully have a positive affect on the world and the future of the human race. I love helping to raise adults. I have been with Carolina Peds since 2013. Carolina Peds allows me to fulfill my vocation of service to children and their families.