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Providing dependable and compassionate care.

The people and practices at Joya Child & Family Development are the driving force behind the care, comfort and transformation we provide children aged 0-3 with delays and disabilities. We provide comprehensive services and a personalized comprehensive program of assessment, therapy, education and support. This devotion is what allows us to make a lasting impact in children’s lives. The resources we provide, in concert with comprehensive care for children and their families, drive change in our community.

Occupational Therapist

Dan has an incredible love for helping children and families. For more three decades Dan has felt fortunate to serve countless kiddos in his hometown of Spokane. One of his favorite things about working as an occupational therapist at Joya is the kids. He says, “They benefit from us, but we also benefit…”

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Occupational Therapist

Monique is a native of East Tennessee but happily moved to her husband’s home town of Spokane when he retired after 21 years of military service. Helping young children move better and successfully meet life’s challenges has been a consistent theme in Monique’s studies and career. After 20+ years of…

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Occupational Therapist

Jo started her career in early intervention, went on to other pediatric settings including the public school system and outpatient clinic settings, and returned to early intervention in 2013. Jo uses play to address posture and movement problems in children with neuromuscular disabilities, using a blend…

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Occupational Therapist

Virginia worked in adult physical rehabilitation for 8 years and then got a golden opportunity to practice in pediatrics at Joya. Virginia feels fortunate to help children learn to be more independent and confident with self-care, motor and sensory processing skills. She enjoys helping parents grow in…

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Occupational Therapist

After a visit to Joya as an administrator, where she observed therapists and children “playing,” Leana knew she finally found her calling. Though this meant a total career change, Leana headed back to graduate school at Eastern Washington University to follow her heart and get her occupational therapy degree.

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