Cynthia Poluka,  MS OTR/L 

Cynthia Poluka MS, OTR/L , owner of Sunrise Pediatric Therapy, P.C., is a highly experienced Occupational Therapy Clinician who believes learning is facilitated by creating safe, supportive, fun yet challenging activities, tailored so each child is motivated to learn new skills and is able to experience success each step along the way. She has dedicated her work to infants, toddlers, and preschool age children. Extensive continuing education includes areas of Pediatric Feeding, Sensory Integration, Infant-Early Childhood Mental Health, and Therapeutic Listening.

Kelly Acker,  BS TVI/Special Educator

Kelly advocates for vision stimulation as very important at the outset of a visually impaired baby's development. The sooner the eye is stimulated, the quicker the eye-brain connection is made.

-Total Blindness

-Visual Impairment


-Multiple Disabilities related to syndromes

-Medical Fragility

-Cognitive Impairment

Kelly Harms,  MS OTR/L

Kelly has had the pleasure of raising three boys - each with their own unique personality and challenges. She combines her personal family experience with her professional knowledge to work with each child and their family in helping to guide them on their individual path of growth and development.



Katie Stempo,  MS  CCC  SLP

Katie Stempo obtained a Master's Degree in Speech Language Pathology from East Stroudsburg University in 2013. She received a Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Penn State University in 2010. She maintains her Pennsylvania professional license and Certificate of Clinical Competence through the American Speech and Hearing Association. Katie enjoys traveling and spending time with her husband and two year old daughter, Norah. Katie looks forward to meeting new families and developing strategies individualized to each child so that they may thrive!

-autism spectrum disorder

-childhood apraxia of speech

-expressive and comprehensive language delays

-hearing impairments/loss

-cognitive impairment

-social skill differences