As a Rehabilitation Professional with over 30 years of rehabilitation experience with the aging population, and seeing a shift in healthcare and reimbursement for services, I wanted to give those I work with greater options for assistance.
I wanted to reach out to any individual and offer him/her support as he/she noticed changes in abilities.
Thus began the parent company, LKY Therapies, LLC.
Easy to use products that help people maintain/enhance their skills as they age.
Movies and Music offers tools to stimulate memories and conversation through interactive viewing of classic movie musicals. Whether you’re a rehabilitation
professional, classroom teacher, or family looking to reminisce, this is a fun and engaging activity for everyone.
ABOUT... fills in every area of need. Everyone working with your loved one will have the tools they need to more effectively complete daily care. We also include photos and personal history to increase communication, build meaningful relationships and promote independence.
A PERSONAL HISTORY: A book of photographs and stories that spans the life and growth of your family. A great keepsake of lasting memories.
The Lasting Memories Video Greeting: A beautiful video of your most cherished family photos/memories surrounding birthdays, holidays, Mother's Day, Father's Day, Graduations, Memorial Events, or any memorable occasion that you can share with all your family members.
We believe in the life participation approach to communication enhancement. Therefore, classes are social gatherings which allow individuals to keep communication going, and utilize strategies to enhance thinking skills.
Lori K. Yauch, M.A, CCC-SLP
Lori K. Yauch, M.A., CCC-SLP, is the author of two books, Movies and Music: A Guide to Turning The Classic Movie Musical Into An Interactive Event, and Movies and Music: A Clinician's Guide to the Classic Movie Musical and Group Activity. She presented at the 2016 Florida Speech and Hearing Association (FLASHA), Convention (Let's Get Engaged: Using Multi-media in Reminiscence Therapy).
She has worked in a variety of settings from schools to hospitals to sub-acute rehab and long-term care centers. Her knowledge of patient populations ranges from pediatric to geriatric with emphasis on geriatric for the last 20 years. Her expertise includes cognitive-linguistic treatment, dementia management, dysphagia, and supervision of student clinicians and Clinical Fellows.
She attended Michigan State University for her undergraduate work in Audiology and Speech Sciences. She completed her Master’s Degree at Eastern Michigan University in Speech Language Pathology.
Her gift is the joy, innovation, and care she brings to her work, her patients, and her belief in each person’s right to reach his or her highest potential, while having fun along the way
Tricia Daly Tayler, OTR/L
Tricia Tayler, OTR/L, earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Occupational Therapy, from the College of St. Catherine’s in St. Paul, Minnesota
She specialized in the rehabilitation of physical limitations associated with: Spinal Cord Injuries, Cerebral Vascular Accidents, Amputations, Head Injuries, Orthopedic Injuries, and Alzheimer’s Disease. Her expertise in therapeutic interventions includes: visual perceptual retraining, training in the use of adaptive equipment for living skills, family education in environmental modification for increased independence within the home environment, for all levels of physical and cognitive abilities.
She was voted the Occupational Therapist of the year her second year of practice at North Memorial Hospital in Robbinsdale, MN.
She is a writer and illustrator of “The Art of Witnessing,” and an award winning watercolor artist in Minnesota, Maine, and Florida.
Her gift is the ability to encourage, and cheer all those she works with and cares for, through the big, and small gains they achieve in regaining function. She approaches each new challenge, with purpose, humor, and a caring heart.