Our Story

Play and Grow Therapy was created to meet a community need by providing high-quality Occupational Therapy services, as well as, providing education and support to community partners to facilitate inclusion of all abilities in the community.

Our Approach

Play and Grow Therapy believes every child does the best they can and when they can do better they will.  Through their Occupational Therapy treatment, your child will develop skills and abilities to “do better” at home, school, and in the community.

Play and Grow Therapy believes the primary occupation of a child is play.  We will use play as our primary context for therapy, but do not mistake the fun your child has during their session for a lack of hard work.  Your child will be challenged by their Occupational Therapist through carefully chosen play activities to progress toward their treatment goals.

Play and Grow Therapy provides collaborative care, meaning your child’s Occupational Therapist will collaborate with other healthcare and education professionals working with your child and family to provide carryover of recommendations across disciplines and a clearer view of the picture of your child.

Play and Grow Therapy provides family-centered care, meaning your family’s priorities will guide your child’s treatment plan and your family will be involved in each step of the therapeutic process.

Meet the Team

Our team consists of individuals passionate about helping children discovering their best self, encouraging families to live their lives to the fullest, and building communities inclusive of all individuals of all abilities.

Raejean Lopez, MOT, OTR/L

Founder & CEO

Raejean Lopez is an Occupational Therapist specializing in pediatrics, sensory integration, autism, and behavioral difficulties.  Raejean has had amazing opportunities throughout her career to learn and develop her clinical skills around the country in a variety of settings.  Raejean completed an intensive training and mentorship (OT610) through USC & Pediatric Therapy Network resulting in her certification to administer the Sensory Integration and Praxis Tests.  She has also completed the Leadership in Neurodevelopmental and related Disabilities (LEND) program through the University of Cincinnati and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital UCEED focusing on family-centered and interdisciplinary care and evidence-based practice for neurodevelopmental disabilities.  Both of these experiences have shaped her practice of Occupational Therapy.



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If your child is having difficulty meeting the demands of their day at home, at school, or in the community, please let us help.  Contact us for more information