Outpatient Therapy Program Director
Bill Juch, OTR, OTD
Bill has been with Bay Area Rehabilitation Center for over 6 years, starting in 2015. Bill is currently acting as the Interim Outpatient Director and has diverse experience in Occupational Therapy; treating clients in the pediatrics, adult, autism, and work rehab/industrial hygiene programs here at BARC. Bill coordinates with a diverse team of therapists; physical, occupational, and speech, in addition to a skilled support staff to administer outpatient rehabilitation services to local community members of all ages. Bill recently received his clinical doctorate degree in Occupational Therapy in December 2020 from UTMB, now specializing in pediatric feeding disorders, feeding treatment for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and other oral motor sensory processing disorders. Bill has a previous Master’s Degree in Occupational therapy from UTMB in 2014, and a B.S. degree in Biology from UT Austin, 2012. Bill is also involved in the grant request process with United Way Greater Baytown/Chambers County, in addition to working with United Way Greater Houston in a similar capacity. Beyond rehabilitation, Bill’s passions include fitness & wellness, cooking, learning Spanish, and playing sports. Specialty areas of practice Bill is interested in include: aquatic therapeutic exercise, autism, feeding/oral motor therapy, and clinical anxiety treatment.
Early Childhood Intervention (ECI)
Dr. Chasey Sanchez, 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.