Two early interventionists have joined the staff at Tiny-k Early Intervention Inc., Lawrence.
Ashley Baehr, an early childhood special education teacher, comes to Tiny-k with 12 years of experience. The graduate of Kansas State University has a teaching license in early childhood education and early childhood special education, and is a certified infant massage instructor.
Baehr most recently worked for the East Central Kansas Cooperative in Education, Wellsville. She is a member of the National Association for the Education of Young Children.
Megan Rierson, a physical therapist, has nine years of experience. The Kansas University graduate received her doctorate in physical therapy from Creighton University, and most recently has worked with school-aged children, ages three and up. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association.
Tiny-k provides support and resources for families and their children, from birth to 3 years old, who have disabilities or developmental delays. Services and support are provided in each child's natural environment, and come with no cost to the family.
For more information, visit www.douglascountytinyk.org or call 843-3059.