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.
Sarah Eisert, M.A., CF-SLP
Sarah graduated with a Masters in Speech-Language Pathology from Western Washington University in 2017 before starting at Children’s Therapy of Woodinville. During her training, Sarah worked at a university clinic and a private practice pediatric clinic as well as an early education program. She has experience working with children with a variety of disorders, including autism, repaired cleft palate, childhood apraxia, language delay, articulation delay and Down’s Syndrome. Before entering the Speech-Language Pathology program, Sarah was a Resource Room para-educator at a middle school in Tacoma where she ran direct instruction programs with students in reading, writing, and math and supported students needing specialized instruction in general education classrooms.
Sarah is interested in language processing, dyslexia and literacy, fluency, and speech and language delays related to hearing impairment and to cleft lip/palate. She has collaborated with Dr. Kenneth St. Louis of West Virginia University on research concerning changing people’s attitudes toward those who stutter. She enjoys incorporating therapy into play activities to enhance motivation. Her professional development experience includes Pivotal Response Training.
Outside the clinic, Sarah enjoys choral singing, hiking, and knitting.