About

  • Susan Cook

  • Susan Cook

    Owner

    Susan started Activekidz in 2001, out of a convictions to be a help to society.  She has seen hundreds of children in the practice feels that they have blessed her way beyond what she can do for them.

    The families that Susan has partnered with, to help their children to enjoy the very basic skills of life, have given her such joy.  The small triumphs of a child taking their first steps or rolling over for the very first time are priceless.  Susan gets to share in these moments, and that joy can’t be replaced.

    Susan is married to the love of her life, Kendall, and they have two beautiful daughters, Delaney and Nealie.

  • Meet the rest of the team

  • Mission Statement

    To provide state of the art, compassionate therapy services for children who have a variety of orthopedic, neurological and developmental needs, with a focus on functional outcomes.

    To provide these services in environments that are naturally occurring, yet structured for success.

    To provide opportunities for children to practice skills in a safe therapeutic environment so that transfer of skills across multiple environments is possible.

    To recognize the family as an integral part of therapeutic services for children, with a focus on family education.

    Philosophy

    • We believe that all children are valuable integral members of a community.
    • We believe all children can learn and grown in a safe and nurturing environment.
    • We believe in the power of the family and that families provide powerful influence in their child’s development.
    • We believe that each personal interaction with a child is a learning experience for children, therapists, parents and care givers alike. Each child should be given the support needed to actualize their personal goals.
    • We believe children with disabilities learn best from their peers.
    • We believe every child can learn in the least restrictive environment.
    • We believe in providing opportunities for children with disabilities to participate in successful activities that promote optimal growth and development.