PT, DPT, C/NDT
Jane Styer-Acevedo is Senior Adjunct Faculty at Arcadia University, teaching in the Physical Therapy Department, and maintains a clinical practice, treating individuals through the lifespan with neurological challenges. She is a master clinician in the areas of pediatrics, neurology, and therapeutic aquatics. With over 35 years of experience, she excels in the problem-based approach to promoting functional shifts for an individual through therapeutic intervention from the acute phase, through rehabilitation, and community entry or re-entry towards lifelong participation, health and fitness. Parents who have had an opportunity to meet her, never miss on a chance to consult her again.
Therese McDermott- Winter is a Speech/Language Pathologist with over 30 years of experience specializing in the assessment and treatment of infants and children with neuromotor feeding/swallowing, speech production disorders and language impairments associated to their neurological diagnosis. Therese is a certified Advanced Speech Instructor in Neuro-Developmental Treatment (NDT), assisting and teaching in many courses/seminars nationally and internationally. These include the NDTA Pediatric Certification and Baby Courses, as well as short courses covering topics of NDT, pediatric feeding/swallowing and treatment of the rib cage for functional improvement in respiration/phonation. Currently in private practice, she enjoys the opportunity for working with children and their families in their home environments.
Kathleen Miller – Skomorucha
Kathleen Miller-Skomorucha is a Senior Clinician at Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children in Wilmington, Delaware where she maintains a robust clinical practice working with children with neuromusculoskeletal and neurosensory challenges from infancy through young adulthood. She actively maintains a certificate in the Neurodevelopmental Treatment Practice Model (NDT), using this specialty in practice to promote functional shifts in children of all levels of medical complexity. With over decades of experience, she works as a clinical lead of a dynamic interdisciplinary team of clinicians and family members who work to meet the needs of children with a wide range of medical and therapeutic needs.
Dr. Naveen Mehrotra
& Medical Director MWC
Dr. Naveen Mehrotra, Medical Director-My Whole Child, New Delhi, India is a pediatrician in private practice and an adjunct faculty member in the Department of Pediatrics at Rutgers - Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and the Assistant Chief of Pediatrics at the JFK Medical Center in Edison, NJ. Practicing in Central New Jersey with one of the highest concentrations of South Asians, Dr. Mehrotra is dedicated to improving the health of South Asians, particularly those who have recently immigrated. With a lack of awareness in areas such as disease prevention within the community, Dr. Mehrotra helped found the SKN Foundation a community based non-profit organization to address these needs at a grassroots level. Mentored by Dr. Naveen Mehrotra, My Whole Child, USA is an effort to bring all children related health information under one umbrella.
My Whole Child
Hemie Gupta is a graduate of the New York University with a medical background in dentistry from the United States. She moved to India 15 years ago for personal reasons and since then has had extensive experience in management of various business ventures in this country. Over the last two years after the birth of her daughter, she has developed a keen interest in working on child health issues.
She became intricately involved with and led the renovation and revitalization of the Child Development Center at the Sunderlal Jain Hospital in Delhi, India along with the Rotary Club and Dr. Mehrotra. She is currently working in the capacity of Managing Director to develop the My Whole Child Center for Special Needs in Delhi as a patient centered medical home for children with special needs.
Therese McDermott – Winter
Speech & Language Pathologist
CScD, CCC-SLP, C/NDT