PLAY Project

  • 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. Maggie
      Speech-Language Therapist
      Coaching Team A
    • Ms. Dee
      Occupational Therapist
      Coaching Team A & B
    • Ms. Vicki
      Play Project Consultant
  • Joined The Center: 2006

    Favorite Children’s Book:
    Good Night, Gorilla


    Maggie Gons, MA, CCC-SLP, has her BA from Ohio State and MA from the University of Cincinnati.

    In addition to serving as a speech-language pathologist, she is a certified PLAY Project Consultant, working with children with autism and their families.

  • Joined The Center: 1999

    Favorite Animal:


    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:


    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

    • Ms. Mónica
      Special Project Manager
      for the PLAY Project Center
    • Ms. Patricia
      Assistant Project Manager
      for the PLAY Project Center
  • Joined The Center: 2014

    Favorite Children’s Book:


    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).

  • Joined The Center: 1999

    Favorite Children’s Book:
    Beautiful Oops


    Patricia Klier graduated from the University of Florida with a BS in Advertising and immediately launched into a public relations career, working with authors, speakers and consultants on their book campaigns and publicity.

    After the birth of her daughter, Patricia switched gears and started freelance writing for and the publication, Gainesville Magazine; a rewarding role that allowed her to stay home with her children. Today, she is proud to be a part of The Childhood League Center’s PLAY Project. She is passionate about learning, travel, photography, reading, running and golf.

    She was really drawn to The Childhood League Center’s goal of helping children of all abilities reach their full potential. She says, “I love being able to send my daughter, Amelia, to preschool here and watch her grow! I love reading to my kids and one of our favorite books is called “Beautiful Oops” which is about turning artistic “mistakes” into wonderful masterpieces. It has a positive message that can be applied to life in general.”

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