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Welcome to Pathways Pediatric Therapy

Where your child's success is our priority

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About Pathways Pediatric Therapy

Our mission at Pathways Pediatric Therapy is simple: to provide the best Pediatric Occupational Therapy services to our patients and their families.  Our team of specially trained therapists create opportunities for children (0 to 18 years old)         to master developmental tasks and independence in all aspects of life. 

Our goal is to identify and create a treatment plan which incorporates each child's preferred learning style, family life         and to develop a program optimal to each child in a fun and nurturing environment. 

For more information or general inquiries, please call us at (707) 258-8011.

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What We Do

We offer specialized services including the following:

  • Occupational Therapy Evaluation and Ongoing Treatment​

  • Clinic, In-home or preschool visits

  • Sensory Integration Therapy

  • Gross and Fine Motor Skills Development

  • Feeding Intervention

  • Social, Behavioral and Emotional Development

  • Early Childhood Intervention

  • Handwriting Without Tears

  • Therapeutic Listening

  • Vestibular Stimulation

If you have questions or for more information, call (707) 258-8011.

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Your Occupational Therapy Team

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Lead Occupational Therapist

Occupational Therapist since 2000.    She graduated in 2011 from Belmont University with an MS in Occupational Therapy and in 2000 from Green River Community College with an AAS in Occupational Therapy Assistant Program.  She can speak Spanish.

Heather has specialized training in feeding therapy, treatment for executive function disorder, Therapeutic Listening, Telehealth for occupational therapy, Treatment strategies for Auditory processing Disorder, Applied Behavior Analysis, Handwriting Without Tears and management of Dyslexia.

She is a mom to two young, energetic girls who keep her busy between gymnastics and dance classes.

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Staff Occupational Therapy Assistant

Annelise is our certified occupational therapy assistant working in the North Bay/Vacaville area.  She's worked in early intervention, private practice, and school-based settings, giving her a well-rounded and diverse training within the pediatrics population. She treats children with a diverse range of diagnoses, including Autism, ADHD, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Sensory Processing Disorder, and intellectual and developmental disabilities. 

In her downtime, Annelise loves spending time with friends and family, going to the movies, studying all things science, and going on adventures with her labradoodle, Rooney!



Staff Occupational Therapy Assistant

Graduated with Associates Degree in Occupational Therapy in April 2021.  Dual experience working in hand therapy and pediatric therapy.  Taylor plans to get her Masters in OT - but first, on to getting her Bachelors in Psychology.

She lives in a farm with many animals including her pet calf, Joey.  She enjoys camping, hiking, rollerblading and works on the side selling delicious gourmet corndogs with the family.

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We are also able to do teletherapy appointments.  

We require 24 hour cancellation notice if you cannot make your scheduled appointment or you will be charged a $75.00 fee.


We accept PRIVATE PAY and KAISER insurance ONLY. 

For all other insurance, we can provide you with a super bill that you can submit to your insurance carrier for reimbursement.   WE DO NOT ACCEPT MEDICAL /PARTNERSHIP.

We are vendorized with North Bay Regional Center as part of their early intervention or individual program plan.   Please contact the regional center to see if your child could qualify for their services (0-3 years old).

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Please bring or submit completed ALL PATIENT FORMS BELOW at least 1 day PRIOR to your scheduled appointment.  

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Our Testimonials

Satisfied Clients

"Our son Antonio was always on the go,  had difficulty with transitioning from one activity to another, and was becoming more physical when frustrated.  We brought this up to our pediatrician and the reply was "it's normal for a boy his age."  I was worried that he would have issues when he starts kindergarten so we pressed for an OT evaluation.  That was the best decision we made.  My son was identified as sensory seeking and had aversions as well.  He started therapy during the summer with Miss Heather and he is doing very well in school and at home."

Mary Ann M.

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Get in Touch

935 Trancas St STE 5A, Napa, CA 94558, USA

(707) 258-8011 Phone (707) 224-8124 Fax

(707) 224-8124 FAX

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