Front Range Pediatric Therapies

Grace Mouser

Grace joined the Front Range Pediatric Therapies Team in October 2019. She graduated from the University of Florida with her Masters in Occupational Therapy in 2006. She has been practicing across the United States, ranging from pediatrics to geriatrics. Her primary specialty is play-based therapy, with training and mentorship in DIR/Floortime. Play-based learning allows children to learn how to handle challenges and learn developmentally-appropriate skills within a natural environment. Her specialty training includes; neuro-developmental training, fine motor development, visual-motor development and ocular-motor skills, low-vision training, Handwriting Without Tears (HWT) and multi-sensory learning styles, The Listening Program (TLP), Integrated Listening System (iLs), SOS Approach to Feeding (play-based feeding therapy), Interactive Metronome (IM), self-care/ADL training, pre-vocational training, wheelchair seating & positioning, and community travel training/community mobility. Miss Grace believes in a holistic approach to therapy with strong team collaboration to ensure optimal
success for the family.

Grace’s motto for occupational therapy is “please allow me to help your child to flourish!”. When not working with local families Grace loves to play with her giant rabbit, Audrey Hopburn, and her rescue dog, Leo, as well as spending time with her husband.