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Board Certified Occupational Therapist. Over 10 years of OT experience


Hi! My name is Sydney Bordelon and I am the owner of Pediatric Therapy to Geaux, LLC. I am originally from Baton Rouge (Geaux Tigers!), but my family and I are residents of CENLA.  My husband, Bruce, and I have two human children and two furry children.  I graduated from Louisiana Tech University with a Bachelors in Science in Kinesiology and Health Promotion.  I also have an Associate's as well as a Master's Degree in Occupational Therapy.  I am a board certified Occupational Therapist with 10 years of occupational therapy experience including outpatient pediatrics, NICU, PICU, Medical ICU, Surgical ICU, various acute care units: pediatrics, orthopedics, cardiac, stroke, trauma, as well as others .  I am also a Level III Louisiana Pathways Instructor.  Thank you for the opportunity to serve CENLA. Let's GEAUX!!

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One day I was talking with the Director of the Early Childcare Center where my children are enrolled, and I was describing to her a method I was trialing with my son to improve his sleep patterns.  She stated it would be great if she and the staff had more education on what I was mentioning to her.  My response was LET'S DO IT! She and I worked together to combine her knowledge and experience as an Early Childcare Center Director and my knowledge and experience as a Board Certified Occupational Therapist to come up with an innovative way to provide the state required hours of continuing education that all Early Childcare Centers must obtain each year.    

Empower teachers and staff by being confident in developmental skills

This approach combines traditional group seminar education with classroom specific education for a more in-depth learning opportunity for teachers and classroom aides.  The goal is for the staff to feel empowered by their knowledge of the specific developmental guidelines for their classrooms and be able to communicate confidently with parents and caregivers. 

Kids Blowing Bubbles to improve regulation

The Louisiana Department of Education outlines licensing regulation requirements for Early Learning Centers. Within these requirements, staff must be annually educated on areas of child development, child guidance, learning activities, health and safety, and early learning development standards. 

Kid Painting, staff will learn about sensory systems

The goal is to provide more individualized training while also encouraging follow through with yearlong opportunities for staff education. 

Educational content will be based on age-appropriate developmental milestones related to motor skills, social/emotional skills, sensory regulation, play, and self-care skills.  


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