PLAY Project

COMMUNITY LEADERS, VOLUNTEERS AND STAFF WORKING TOGETHER
  • PLAY Project Consultants

    Our staff of highly-trained experts draws on their experience, education, and passion to help each child and family develop to their full potential.
    • Ms. Dee
      Occupational Therapist &
      PLAY Project Consultant
    • Ms. Vicki
      Play Project Consultant
    • Ms. Mónica
      Special Project Manager
      for the PLAY Project Center
  • Joined The Center: 1999

    Favorite Animal:
    Dolphins

    READ ABOUT DEE

    Dee Keller, OTR/L, works to strengthen children’s fine motor skills and sensory processing in our classroom and home-based Early Intervention programs.

    She is also a certified PLAY Project Consultant, working with children with autism and their families.

  • Joined The Center: 1988

    Favorite Animal:
    Pigs

    READ ABOUT VICKI

    Vicki Kelly, OTR/L, thought she was going to spend a short time as an occupational therapist substitute when she first came to The Center, but she has been here ever since!

    She has loved every role she has had, including: occupational therapist, Preschool Team coordinator, and, since 1999, Director of Early Childhood Education. She continues to learn from every child and every family

  • Joined The Center: 2014

    Favorite Children’s Book:

    READ ABOUT MONICA

    Mónica Quezada Lott, MS Ed, is a Certified PLAY Project and Teaching PLAY Consultant, a Training Leader and Expert DIR/Floortime Provider and a Profectum Fellow.

    In addition to managing our PLAY Project Center, Mónica is the Owner and Program Director of Relate & Grow, which she founded in 2008 along with her late husband, Eddy.

    She supervises and mentors other DIR and PLAY Project trainees, provides training at a national and international level through ICDL (The Interdisciplinary Council on Development and Learning) and through the PLAY Project organization; and serves as a PLAY Project Supervisor of new trainees through the PLAY Project national organization as well as for the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities (DODD).

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