Linda Meredith, PT
Physical Therapist and Clinic Owner Linda received her Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy at the University of Washington. She has worked exclusively in the pediatric setting in schools, outpatient hospital clinics and private practice.
Currently, Linda is the sole proprietor of Children's Therapy of Woodinville, which she helped establish in 1989.
Continuing education courses include: neurodevelopmental therapy certification, sensory motor integration workshops, lower extremity splinting workshops, kinesiotaping, therapeutic electrical stimulation, and gait training with the Lite Gait Trainer/treadmill. She continues to stay updated on programs the clinic is offering including Integrated Listening System, Safe and Sound Protocol and cranial-sacral therapy.
Linda’s priorities at this time are managing this ever-growing pediatric clinic, which has become a mainstay in the community. She supports the staff as they work to provide high quality therapy services to the families that they serve. Linda also finds time to provide some short-term therapy to young infants for GE reflux and torticollis.
Linda and her husband have two adult daughters they love to spend time with. She loves to garden, take long walks and travel to interesting places.
Erin Reoyo, MA, CCC-SLP
Erin graduated from Western Washington University with a Masters in Speech-Language Pathology in 2003. She has spent the majority of her career working in public schools. After graduating, she worked in Vancouver (WA) School District. She relocated to this area and worked in Mukilteo School District from 2005-2013. Erin originally joined Children’s Therapy of Woodinville in 2011. She has worked with the CTW Friendship Club and also provides individual speech therapy.
In most recent years, Erin has taken workshops that focus on developing communication skills in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, with an emphasis on social thinking/ social cognitive assessment and intervention. She has completed the Social Thinking Clinical Training Program at Michelle Garcia Winner’s Social ThinkingⓇ Clinic in San Jose, CA.
When in the schools, Erin worked with students of all ages (preschoolers through high schoolers) and spent many years helping students and their families access services and resources as the district liaison for students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing. In addition to a keen interest in social communication skill development (inclusive of social thinking), Erin is interested in articulation and phonological development and early language development.
Erin is married with two young children. Her preschool-age son has Dravet Syndrome, a rare, catastrophic, lifelong form of Epilepsy. Since his diagnosis, she has committed to spreading education about seizures. She recently joined the Dravet Syndrome Foundation’s Family Network as an ambassador for the West Region. Erin loves to read, spend time with her family, cheer on the Seattle Sounders and enjoy adventures around the Pacific Northwest.