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Meet the Team

At Enriched Movement, we believe that therapy should be a positive and empowering experience for children and families. We strive to create a supportive environment where children can reach their full potential. Our approach is based on evidence-based practices and a family-centered model of care. We work closely with families to set goals and create a personalized plan for each child's needs.

We are committed to staying up to date with the latest research and techniques in physical, occupational and speech therapy. Our team is dedicated to ongoing education and training to ensure that we provide the highest quality care for your child. We believe in the power of movement and the positive impact it can have on a child's life. Let us help your child thrive with Enriched Movement.

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Allison Rish

Physical Therapist

Allison Rish, MPT

Physical Therapist

I have been a physical therapist for 20+ years and have officially worked in all pediatric settings from Nationwide Children’s Hospital here in Columbus as an outpatient therapist, in the hospital in the acute setting, inpatient rehabilitation unit, home health, multiple specialty clinics and on the DRIVE and ACHIEVE studies in collaboration with The Ohio State University, Nationwide Childrens Hospital and the National Institute of Healthy.

I am privileged to be a mom of 2 amazing girls, Rhyan and Reagan, 1 dog, Iris, and an aunt to 5 sweet nieces and nephew’s. I’m proud to say I’ve developed countless relationships with families and their children as their physical therapist and friend across Ohio and in Yucatan, Mexico.  

I was in an accident this past November which affected my neck which was the final nudge to follow my heart and open my own practice.  There was no question after evaluating kids and working with their families that I wanted to provide an in home intensive physical therapy practice.  I had seen first-hand the beautiful progress these kids made in a shorter period of time vs the standard of care that so many of them to place in.  I appreciate what an outpatient clinic based setting can offer but I was tired of trying to re-create their home and natural environments in a clinic setting.  Kids responded better and outcomes were practical as they are using the actual equipment in the space they would continue to use on an everyday basis.  Working with caregivers and the kids friends who directly interact with them is just an extra bonus. After the therapist leaves or kids go home from PT the work really begins.  Participating everyday all day in functional activities and having fun playing and making use of these new tricks is where the magic happens.  The integration of what they learn is what is most important and having their village there to support them is the best way to continue their growth.

I’m committed to working together with you and your child to focus on what’s important to you and your child.  


Jessalyn Dickerson

Occupational Therapist

Jessalyn Dickerson, MSOT, OTR/L, BCP

Occupational Therapist

Jess is a board certified, pediatric occupational therapist with nearly a decade of experience in working with children and youth aged from birth to 21. She possesses advanced training in Ayres Sensory Integration® and uses this lens to add perspective and understanding of a child's abilities and challenges. Jess is committed to continuously enhancing her knowledge and skills to provide high-quality, meaningful and evidence-based services that optimize the potential of those under her care. Her therapeutic approach is centered around play and establishing genuine connections with her clients, ensuring that each child feels secure and enjoys participating in OT.

Residing in Hilliard with her husband, Jess is a proud parent to two lively, imaginative children and their dog, Goose. She is an avid baker, DIYer and loves crafting with her hands. Her diverse set of skills from her many hobbies often find their way into the OT setting, enabling her to devise innovative strategies. Some have affectionately dubbed her the “MacGyver” of OT due to her resourcefulness and creativity.

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Caitlin Dennis

Speech Language Pathologist

Caitlin Dennis, MS CCC-SLP

Speech Language Pathologist

Caitlin has enjoyed helping children ages birth to 21 for over 10 years across multiple settings including home health, outpatient clinics, private practice, and in schools. She is passionate about working closely with families to enhance their child's speech and language abilities while improving their functional participation. Caitlin firmly believes that a child's primary role is to play and move, and she strives to naturally incorporate therapy skills into entertaining and motivating activities.

When Caitlin is not working, she spends her time with her husband and two young children. She enjoys playing with them, exploring the outdoors, baking, solving puzzles, traveling, and reading. Caitlin is always coming up with new and creative ways to keep her kids engaged and learning, whether it's in a therapy setting or outside of it!


Hit the button below to get started! School breaks book up very fast.  You can continue to do the standard of care of weekly 1 hour sessions and see slow changes and I’m sure your child will still make gains.  If you complete an intensive program, they will meet goal significantly faster and enjoy incorporating these activities into their everyday life. Imagine your child learning the trick they have been working on for weeks happen in just a few short days.