Our Philosophy


Your child’s development is reflected in your individual values, culture and child rearing practices.  Therefore, relationships and environments matter most.  At Kid Koncepts we individualize to your personal parenting style and priorities to meet your child’s individual and unique needs.  We trust that parents know their children best and are their first and optimal teachers and advocates.  All services are designed in collaboration with you to meet the individual needs of your child and your family.

Our Team

Kid Koncepts Specialists:

Chris Wallin, Ed.D. is a registered nurse and early interventionist with more than thirty years of experience working with families with infants, toddlers and preschoolers to facilitate and support development. Dr. Wallin has extensive expertise in evaluating the development of children born prematurely and designing collaborative intervention plans for their families. As the mother of a child born prematurely she understands the impact of prematurity on the family bringing both a personal and professional perspective to evaluations and interventions. Dr. Wallin also has expertise in eliminating sleep challenges in infants and toddlers and has helped numerous families get the sleep they need by developing individualized collaborative sleep plans.

 

 

 

 

 

Lorelei Pisha, Ed.D. is an early interventionist with more than 13 years of experience with evaluating and supporting the development of infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. Dr. Pisha has extensive expertise in designing and implementing individualized intervention plans for young children with autism spectrum disorders, language delays, and challenging behaviors. She also has specific expertise with the use of assistive technology to facilitate successful inclusive learning experiences at home, in the community, and at school for young children with developmental delays. Most importantly, Dr. Pisha is a family member of an incredible individual with Down syndrome, which means she truly knows that all effective interventions must come from the family’s priorities and must fit within the family’s busy schedule.