Who We Are

​We are a highly qualified husband and wife team, dedicated to helping people to reach their potential.

The Qualifications

Brett Jones PT, ATP/SMS, NDT/C
(Details of these qualifications below)

Masters Degree in physical therapy from the University of Louisville

Neuro-Developmental Treatment
(NDT) certified

Assistive Technology Professional (ATP)

Seating Mobility Specialist (SMS)

Sarah Jones OTR/L
(Details of these qualifications below)

Bachelors Degree in occupational therapy from Eastern Kentucky University

Specially training in Spinal Cord Injury Treatment/Management at the Rehab Institute of Chicago

Specialty training in sensory integration for childhood development

Specialty training in time management, patience, first aid, fishing, and raising three active boys.

The SMS certification is a specialty certification for professionals working in seating and mobility. While the ATP is a broad-based exam covering all major areas of assistive technology, the SMS exam is focused specifically on seating, positioning, and mobility. The program is intended for clinicians, suppliers, engineers and others involved in seating and mobility service provision.


What is NDT?

Neuro-Developmental Treatment (NDT) is an advanced therapeutic approach practiced by experienced Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, and Speech - Language Pathologists. This hands-on approach is used in working with people who have central nervous system insults that create difficulties in controlling movement. Therapists using NDT treatment have completed advanced training in NDT and work closely with individuals with neurological challenges (e.g. cerebral palsy, stroke, head injury), helping them to become as independent as possible. NDT-trained therapists work collaboratively with individuals, family, caregivers and physicians to develop comprehensive treatment programs based on the principles of human neurology and physiology. Individuals who have minimal to severe motor difficulties can benefit from the NDT approach.

Occupational therapy (OT) is a client-centred health profession concerned with promoting health and well being through occupation. The primary goal of occupational therapy is to enable people to participate in the activities of everyday life. Occupational therapists achieve this outcome by working with people and communities to enhance their ability to engage in the occupations they want to, need to, or are expected to do, or by modifying the occupation or the environment to better support their occupational engagement. (WFOT 2012)


Definition "Occupation"

In occupational therapy, occupations refer to the everyday activities that people do as individuals, in families and with communities to occupy time and bring meaning and purpose to life. Occupations include things people need to, want to and are expected to do.

The ATP certification recognizes demonstrated competence in analyzing the needs of consumers with disabilities, assisting in the selection of appropriate assistive technology for the consumer’s needs, and providing training in the use of the selected device(s).

Mr. Jones was very kind and considerate regarding my mother’s needs.  He’s exceptionally knowledgeable of the chair we were given and how to make adjustments that increase it’s comfort and functionality.  He took time to explain and demonstrate each aspect and what we should expect.  He’s also very friendly with a wonderful sense of humor.