Hailee Kaleta, LBSI, DT

Developmental Therapist

Hailee is a learning behavior specialist with a degree in special education with early childhood certification from Bradley University.  Hailee graduated from Bradley in December, 2016. She has worked with a variety of schools, classrooms, and students throughout her experience at Bradley. She began volunteering for Child's Nature in the summer of 2016 after a class project with the early intervention language group. Hailee's mission is to grow, maintain, and support learning in all aspects of a child's life.


Specific areas of interest are parent-child advocacy, developmental delays, child led play, and incorporating a natural setting for children to learn. 


Personal interests: Calligraphy, sign language, biking, cooking, photography, soccer, traveling, and being outside as much as I can. 

Erin Fabish, M.S., CCC-SLP/L

Pediatric Speech Language Pathologist

Occupational Therapy Services

Provided by Play Well Pediatric Therapy


Carrie Kerr, MS, CCC-SLP/L
Pediatric Speech Language Pathologist
Owner, Child's Nature, LLC

Carrie Reinboldt, LCPC

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor


Carrie is a speech-language pathologist and the owner of Child's Nature, LLC.  She received her Bachelor's degree from Illinois State University in 1996 and her Master's Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Illinois State University in December of 1997. She holds a Certificate in Clinical Competence from ASHA. She also holds a current Illinois License in Speech-Language Pathology, an Illinois Type 73 teaching certificate, and is a certified Early Intervention provider and evaluator. She has a great variety of experience working with children and families with special needs. At her core is being an advocate for children so that they can grow, learn, communicate and play. 

Specific areas of interest include augmentative-alternative communication, language development and disorders, and parent-child advocacy. Carrie currently works in collaboration with Bradley University to conduct research on the efficacy of enhanced milieu teaching within a parent-child dyad in peer-based language intervention groups. She is the recipient of the Outstanding Professional Award from the Peoria Regional Chapter of the Autism Society of America, is a 25 Women in Leadership Recipient, and has received specialty certification for improving language and communication skills in nonverbal children. Carrie has presented at international, national, and state level conferences as an expert in Augmentative-Alternative Communication as well as Language Development and Disorders.

Specialties: Augmentative Communication evaluation and therapy, Assessment and intervention of speech and language disorders; genetic disorders; neurological disorders; developmental disorders; Autism; Language Acquisition through Motor Planning (LAMP)  certified; PROMPT trained; trained for Melodic Intonation Therapy in children with Autism; Kaufman trained; early intervention credentialed evaluator and therapist.

Personal interests: Mountain biking, kayaking, homesteading, quilting, cooking, hiking, and playing outside with kids.

Erin is a Speech-Language Pathologist with a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology.  She also holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence from ASHA, a current Illinois License in Speech-Language Pathology, and is a certified Early Intervention provider and evaluator.   Erin began her career in 2007, providing speech and language services in the school setting.  In 2010, Erin began providing services with the pediatric population.  Her passion lies in working with young children, while supporting and advocating for their families.  

Specific areas of interest include:  Assessment and intervention of speech and language disorders; phonological and articulation disorders; childhood apraxia of speech; developmental disorders.

Personal interests:  Erin enjoys spending time with her husband, Josh, and three kids, Tessa, Hattie and Mack. 

Jennifer is the behind-the-scenes office manager and billing specialist. She works through all of the details with insurance to ensure your child receives the services they need. Jenn is the mom of three children, one of whom has gone through the early intervention program. She has a huge interest in parent-child advocacy and working towards the common goal of helping a child with their needs. Jennifer is involved in advocating for the rights of children in the public school system. She believes no one knows their child better than the parent and that, with the right information and tools, parents are the best advocates a child can have.


Personal Interests: Camping, Fishing, Reading, and spending time outdoors with her children while exploring all nature has to offer.

Pediatric Occupational Therapy is provided at our Spring Creek Road Clinic through Play Well Pediatric Therapy Services. Please contact us for a referral.


Jennifer Wolf, Office Manager

Carrie is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor with over 8 years of experience providing counseling services to children and their families.  Carrie graduated with honors from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale in 2004, with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology.  She then attended Bradley University and graduated in 2008, with a Master’s Degree in Human Development Counseling and completed a year-long internship with Bradley’s Counseling, Research and Training Clinic.  After graduating, Carrie began working at the Children’s Home in Peoria and that’s where her love of working with children and their families truly began.  

Carrie has worked with kids and their families that are dealing with any number of issues, including:  anxiety, depression, PTSD, OCD, ADHD, social skills, communication skills, behavior modification and anger management.  She also has considerable experience working with kids experiencing suicidal thoughts and behaviors.  Carrie’s approach to counseling is laid back, non-threatening and client driven.  Her primary focus is to build healthy therapeutic relationships that will be the foundation for achieving treatment goals.  

Carrie’s personal life impacted her career path and led her to becoming a credentialed Early Intervention provider.  Carrie and her husband, Tony, have a 6 year old son that has been diagnosed with Autism.  She and her family utilized Early Intervention services and know firsthand the ups and downs of navigating the world with a child with special needs.  Carrie is an avid sports fan, enjoys reading and spending time with family and friends.