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SCT’s First Annual Client Appreciation Picnic

SCT’s First Annual Client Appreciation Picnic

Thank you to all the families who were in attendance for our first annual Sammamish Children’s Therapy picnic! We loved seeing so many current and former clients. The weather cooperated perfectly. Good food, a very enthusiastic Kyle Mutch, and equally excited children combined for a perfect afternoon. Take a look at some of the pictures.

SCT’s first annual client appreciation picnic

SCT’s first annual client appreciation picnic

The children had a great time with the giant bubble pool.

SCT’s first annual client appreciation picnic

SCT’s first annual client appreciation picnic

Chloe kept kids looking great with her face paintings and tattoos.

SCT’s first annual client appreciation picnic

Lily and Kiana made sure that everyone’s craft work turned out successful.

SCT’s first annual client appreciation picnic

Hotdogs never tasted better! It took two chefs, but they got it done.

SCT’s first annual client appreciation picnic

And yes, the police showed up.
So by definition, it was actually a party, not a picnic ☺

SCT’s first annual client appreciation picnic

SCT’s first annual client appreciation picnic


About the Author

Lisa Hamblin, M.S., CCC-SLP

Lisa Hamblin, M.S., CCC-SLP

Lisa has worked with kids since her days in college coaching gymnastics for children 3-13.  Lisa is stimulated by watching children learn and succeed “their inner light shines so bright” she says, and it's this passion that serves as the foundation of SCT's mission to support and enrich the lives of children.

Lisa's therapy focuses on a child's specific needs and personality; a strategy that makes therapy feel more like play and less like work. Her specialties include autism spectrum disorders and advanced training in early speech and language development. Her training and experience with children birth to three years gives her a deep understanding of how to help children at any age. When Lisa founded SCT, she made training in birth to 3 years a requirement for all therapists as part of her effort to provide the best therapy possible for every child.

At home, Lisa has had the opportunity to guide the development of her own children – ages 17, 15, and 3. She finds relaxation in physical activities like running and rock climbing. This summer Lisa's oldest daughter will join her “on the rock” for the first time.

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