Quest exists to maximize the function of children with developmental delays, cerebral palsy, hemiparesis, paraplegia, quadriplegia, visual deficits, fine motor delays, gross motor delays, autism, ADHD, sensory processing disorder, impairments related to strokes, brain injuries, or tumors, torticollis, and many other disorders. We want to serve you and your family; joining you on your journey to increased independence.
Quest is a pediatric therapy facility designed to provide clients with immediate assessment and high quality therapy services. Quest is locally owned and operated by two therapists with a combined experience of 30 years. Quest's owners developed a relationship through volunteering together for the Oklahoma Occupational Therapy Association quickly realizing their potential to serve the under served.
Paula M. Lewis OT/L, MBA: Paula has 21 years of experience with active Occupational Therapy practice. Paula opened The Piedmont Therapy Institute, DBA Oklahoma Therapy Institute(OTI) in 2004. She became sole owner in 2006 and expanded to 3 clinic locations by 2008. Paula sold one clinic in 2010 and combined the remaining two locations. OTI currently employees 1 Occupational Therapist, 2 Certified Occupational Therapy Assistants, and 2 Massage Therapist. Paula is a member of the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) and the Oklahoma Occupational Therapy Association (OKOTA). She is currently the awards and recognitions chair for OKOTA. Paula is active in her child’s PTA board. She serves on the Oklahoma City Public School Board. She is recognized in her community as an expert in the field of OT as it relates to biomechanical analysis, work and industry dysfunctions.
Liz Hylton MOT, OTR/L: Liz graduated with her Masters of Occupational Therapy in 2007 and began working at The Children's Center Rehabilitation Hospital. She served as a pediatric occupational therapist at The Children's Center for 8 years. During the last four years of employment Liz served as the lead occupational therapist in the only pediatric inpatient rehabilitation program in Oklahoma. During her service, Liz passionately coordinated observation and fieldwork education for the occupational therapy department. She was instrumental in developing their fieldwork education program to provide each student with a more cohesive learning experience and mentored multiple occupational therapists in their role as fieldwork educators. During the last couple of years at The Children’s Center Liz had the opportunity to develop electronic medical records for the rehabilitation department along with her cohorts. Liz left The Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital with a desire to open an outpatient clinic in the Moore, Oklahoma area due to the amount of children requiring but not receiving services. Quest Pediatric Therapy was established in May of 2015 and currently offers Occupational, Physical, and Speech therapy to children in need. Liz was awarded Fieldwork Educator of the Year in 2010. Liz is an American Occupational Therapy Association’s Emerging Leader class of 2012 and received the Oklahoma Occupational Therapy Association's Occupational Therapist of the Year award in 2014. Liz serves actively in her state association, the Oklahoma Occupational Therapy Association (OKOTA). She served as the Membership Chair from 2011-2014 and as the Vice President in 2014. She recently ended her term as the President of OKOTA, serving from 2015-2017. Liz just began her term on the OKOTA board as a Director at Large. Liz is recognized in her community as an expert in the field of pediatric occupational therapy.
THE owners and therapists AT Quest Pediatric Therapy ARE UNITED IN THEIR BELIEF THAT ALL CHILDREN:
Have the power to grow
Are curious & creative
No two children have exactly the same skills or learning style. That’s why we create an individual plan of care for every child. Your plan will combine direct instruction in the clinic and for the home, the possibility of small-group work, and one-on-one therapy sessions in a way that works for your child.
As your childs' parent, you play a big part in how well your son or daughter does in meeting the goals you set with us.
PARTNER WITH US
We invite you to work with our therapists to help your child get all they can out of their growing years.