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Meet Kelsey Sayler, Therapy Supervisor at Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Hospital Emily Howatt Pliskatt Pediatric Unit

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Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network, a nationally recognized rehabilitation leader committed to transforming lives through expertise, innovation and compassion, recently named Kelsey Sayler, MS, CCC-SLP, as therapy supervisor of the Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Hospital Emily Howatt Pliskatt Pediatric Unit in Bethlehem.

Sayler, a licensed speech-language pathologist with a background in serving children with feeding difficulties, dysphagia and traumatic brain injury, supervises Good Shepherd Pediatrics’ team of physical, occupational, speech and recreational therapists at the Pediatric Unit, 2855 Schoenersville Road. The Pediatric Unit team — including physicians and nurses — offers expert inpatient rehabilitation and specialized programs to treat children with complex medical, physical or cognitive injuries or conditions. Pediatric patients range in age from birth to 21 years old.

Sayler has been a clinician with Good Shepherd Pediatrics since August 2017. Prior to joining Good Shepherd, Sayler worked at Lehigh Valley Health Network, Central Bucks School District and Sayegh Pediatric Therapy Services, P.C.

Sayler received a bachelor’s in speech pathology and audiology from Bloomsburg University and a master’s in speech-language pathology from East Stroudsburg University.

To learn more about the Emily Howatt Pliskatt Pediatric Unit and its CARF-accredited Pediatric Specialty Programschedule a tour or call 1-888-44-REHAB.

About Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network

Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network, a nationally recognized, not-for-profit rehabilitation leader with more than 70 locations in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, is committed to transforming lives through expertise, innovation and compassion.

Good Shepherd provides an exceptional patient experience for all ages and stages by developing leading-edge solutions, often for complex medical situations; serving as a test site for the newest rehabilitation technologies; and inspiring hope in all we do.

Good Shepherd traces its pioneering spirit for innovation and compassionate care to its founding family, The Rev. John “Papa” Raker and D. Estella “Mama” Raker. In 1908, the Rakers opened the Good Shepherd Home to care for children with disabilities and senior citizens, filling an unmet community need — and setting the stage for Good Shepherd’s continued growth as a rehabilitation groundbreaker.

Headquartered in Allentown, Pennsylvania, Good Shepherd also partners with Penn Medicine to provide rehabilitation and specialty services in the greater Philadelphia area and New Jersey through Good Shepherd Penn Partners.

Learn more about Good Shepherd’s mission and vision.