Early Childhood Intervention (ECI)
Dr. Chasey Reed-Boston, Ed.D.
Dr. Reed-Boston has served as Early Childhood Intervention (ECI) Program Director since 2010 and also serves as the Center’s HIPPA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996) Compliance Officer. She is responsible for both field-based and Center-based operations for our youngest clients with medical and/or developmental concerns. Chasey’s academic background includes doctoral research in epidemiology and education, graduate work in human services, biostatistics, crisis management/incident command, and developmental disorders. Chasey is credentialed as an Early Intervention Specialist and is currently finishing a second doctorate in the field of public health research. Dr. Reed-Boston has served as a subject matter expert for curriculum development for American Schools of Public Health graduate programs and accreditation, served with the American Public Health Association in the field of ethics, served as a subject matter expert on Part C IDEA and associated rules and regulations, worked under Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, holds Institutional Review Board research credentials, conducted research studies, and testifies at the invitation of legislators on different measures impacting IDEA/special education services for Texas children and families.
Opportunity Center Program
Kim has been with Bay Area Rehabilitation Center Opportunity Center Program for over 5 years, she is a native of Michigan now calling Texas home. As the Director she enjoy all the aspects of her job, she networks with outside resources to expand opportunities and contracts. She works hands on with clients to promote social skills, and enhance work habits. Kim supports the organizations mission by serving those persons with disabilities and helping to enhance their ability to interact within their community. We believe the Opportunity Center makes disabilities become possibilities. You will find Kim working around the center with clients and assisting in all areas needed. Kim often tells people that she has the best job in Texas, she enjoys working for Bay Area Rehabilitation Center.
Outpatient Rehabilitation Services
Dr. Bill Owen, PT, DPT, FAAOMPT
Bill’s educational experience includes receiving his Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy from Southwest Texas University (now Texas State University) in 1987. He received his Clinical Doctorate in Physical Therapy in 2016 from the Evidence In Motion Learning Institute. His work experience has been focused in the Houston area including acute and long term care, home health, occupational medicine and outpatient physical therapy services to individuals with a variety of neuromusculoskeletal conditions. His administrative experience includes supervision of temporary placement and home health for physical, occupational and speech therapists and outpatient physical therapy. His continuing education consists of a variety of topics including treatment of balance impairment and fall risks, kinesiotaping, and instrument assisted soft tissue manipulation. He is certified in functional job analysis and pre-work screens and is certified as an orthopedic manual physical therapist. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapists (FAAOMPT) and is currently pursuing his DSc in Physical Therapy.