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895 Portland Road
Saco, ME 04072

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(207) 571-8134


Day of the Week Hours
Monday:8:30 AM - 7:00 PM
Tuesday:9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday:8:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Thursday:8:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday:8:30 AM - 4:00 PM

Featured Services

Orthopedic Rehabilitation
Sports Medicine
Pediatric Physical Therapy
Lower Extremity Orthotics
Pediatric Occupational Therapy
Pediatric Speech Therapy
ACL Program
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Welcome to Saco Bay Kids Pediatric Therapy. We look forward to helping your child with their physical, occupational or speech therapy needs. Our highly trained clinical team will design a specialized plan of care that is just right for your child.

We offer patients access to our specialized CoreVia Pelvic Health program. CoreVia provides care - and relief - to children who experience pelvic floor dysfunction. Our highly skilled pelvic health physical therapists will help you feel your best.

Through experience, advanced clinical training and clear communication with our patients and their parents, our therapy team will assist your child in achieving their highest potential by reaching their developmental milestones for school, activity and life.

We are proud to serve you and are committed to providing an exceptional experience that promotes healing and enhances your child's participation in desired family, community and school activities. Request an appointment today.

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Our Team

Maggie Carter, OTD, OTR/L

Maggie received a bachelor's degree in psychology from Gettysburg College. She has experience working with children who are typically developing and children with autism and developmental disabilities in a variety of settings. While serving as a Peace Corps volunteer in Thailand, Maggie had a serious bicycle accident and first became interested in the rehabilitative sciences. Maggie received a doctorate of occupational therapy from Boston University in 2020 and began working as a pediatric occupational therapist in January 2021. Her previous experience largely focused on social emotional regulation, sensory processing and fine motor skills, so Maggie is excited to broaden her pediatric experience and work in a multi-disciplinary environment.

Abigail Mills, MSPT, OTR/L

Abby initially attended the University of Maine, Orono before transferring to pursue a master's degree in occupational therapy from Russell Sage College. She became interested in occupational therapy after volunteering with her high school's life skills classroom. During her clinical rotations, she gained experience in stroke and spinal cord injury rehabilitation and school-based pediatrics. Since joining the Saco Bay team, Abby has received specialized training in pelvic health and feeding therapy on top of treating traditional occupational therapy patients. She sees pediatric patients at our Saco and Portland locations. She enjoys skiing, hiking, biking and golfing in her free time.

Ashley Houp, M.A., CF-SLP

Ashley attended the University of Maine and earned a bachelor's degree in communication sciences and disorders followed by her master's degree in speech-language pathology. She completed her clinical fellowship at Saco Bay Kids Pediatric Therapy before earning her certificate of clinical competence and has since gained experience in a wide variety of pediatric communication disorders. Ashley loves working with the pediatric population and has experience in an array of disorders including articulation and phonology, language, fluency and pragmatics. She likes to travel and spend time with family, friends and her dog Archie!

Brianna Shaw, MOT, OTR/L

Bri received a bachelor's degree in human development at Rivier University in 2016 and a master's degree in occupational therapy at the University of Southern Maine in 2020. Bri has experience working with children and adolescents with various anxiety disorders, autism, emotional regulation challenges and developmental delays. She also has experience with neurological impairments and diagnoses such as cerebral palsy, spina bifida and Rett syndrome. One of Bri's specialty areas of practice is feeding therapy. She provides therapy to those with chronic feeding difficulties including sensory aversions and picky eating. She also specializes in infant feeding/bottle feeding and gastrostomy tube transitioning. Bri's favorite part about OT is getting to incorporate fun and meaningful activities that are unique to her patients in order to help them achieve their goals. In her free time, Bri loves to golf, hike and try new restaurants.

Holly Knotowicz, CCC-SLP

Holly earned a master's degree in communication sciences and disorders from Nazareth College and national certification with the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. She specializes in feeding and swallowing with more than 10 years of experience. Her areas of clinical interest include behavioral, oral motor and oral sensory feeding disorders, including mealtime dynamics. She works with children who have eosinophilic gastrointestinal diseases, including eosinophilic esophagitis and working with children who have food allergies, FPIES and neurogenic disorders. She is an active participant in research, has been published in Gastroenterology Journal and is an international speaker on feeding. She enjoys traveling, spending time with family and trying new things.

Jaimie Dube, M.S., OTR/L

Jaimie graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a master's of science in occupational therapy in 2019. Growing up, Jaimie always knew she wanted to work with children. It was not until she job-shadowed at a pediatric outpatient facility that she knew she wanted to become a pediatric occupational therapist to work with children to help them reach their full potential. Through her graduate studies, Jaimie became very interested in the sensory system and completed a course about sensory integration in pediatrics. Jaimie enjoys being able to use a play-based approach to help children attain their goals in fun and engaging ways. In her free time, Jaimie enjoys spending time with her family and friends, going on hikes and exploring all the beautiful sights Maine has to offer.

Jennie Klieber, P.T., DPT

Jennie earned her bachelor's degree in exercise science in 2012 from the University of Maine. She then went on to complete her doctorate of physical therapy at Stony Brook University, where she graduated in 2015. She has experience working in the schools and the outpatient setting. Jennie specializes in treating children with autism, cerebral palsy, torticollis, and bowel and bladder dysfunctions. She is an APTA certified clinical instructor. In her free time, Jennie enjoys walking on the beach with her husband, daughter and husky.

Lydia Levasseur, M.S., OTR/L

Lydia graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a master's in occupational therapy. During her graduate studies, Lydia had experiences working with adults with developmental disabilities to learn life skills, working with the elderly population at a skilled nursing facility and working with children with a variety of diagnoses. She has experience working with children ages two-18 with a variety of diagnoses, including developmental delays, Autism Spectrum Disorder and physical disabilities. Lydia is a member of the America occupational therapy association. In her free time, Lydia enjoys CrossFit, exploring the outdoors, trying new restaurants and spending time with family and friends.

Colleen Lucy, M.A., CF-SLP

Colleen goes by the nickname, Cami. She attended the University of Maine where she received bachelor degrees in kinesiology and english. She earned a master's degree in communication sciences and disorders from the University of Maine in 2022. She is completing her clinical fellowship year at Saco Bay Kids. Cami enjoys spending her spare time with her young nieces and nephews.

Kaela Murphy, P.T., DPT

Kaela earned her bachelor's in exercise science at Saint Joseph's College of Maine. She then went on to complete her doctorate of physical therapy at Sacred Heart University, where she graduated in 2018. Kaela specializes in treating infants with torticollis, plagiocephaly and developmental delay. She also specializes in treating neurological conditions such as spina bifida. She has a strong passion for animal assisted therapy (AAT), and her facility therapy dog, Denver, can always be found close by. Denver participates in many of Kaela's sessions to provide motivation, comfort, competition as well as sensory and social experiences for children at Saco Bay Kids.

Rebecca Lynch, OTR/L

Becca graduated from Bay Path University with a bachelor's degree in health studies and master's degree in occupational therapy. She has attended additional courses on trauma informed care and feeding therapy. She volunteered with the Veteran's Adaptive Sports and Training program for three years, gaining experience using leisure activities to promote occupational therapy skills. Becca enjoys running groups to support social and leisure activities such as art and movement and community service groups. Becca enjoys roller skating, horseback riding and spending time outside.

Savannah Bernardin, P.T., DPT

Savannah graduated from Utica University with her doctorate of physical therapy in 2017. After graduation, Savannah worked in Boston for several years before relocating to Maine in 2021. She is an American physical therapy association member, pediatric section and serves as a clinical instructor to students. Savannah has experience in the school, early intervention and outpatient settings. She is passionate about early childhood development and assisting every child to reach their fullest potential. When Savannah isn't working she is enjoying the beaches and mountains with her husky.

Leanna Dalfonso, P.T., DPT

Leanna graduated with her bachelor's degree in kinesiology from Gordon College and went on to complete her doctorate of physical therapy at Husson University. Leanna loves working with children of all ages and helping them achieve their full potential. Leanna has experience working with children with torticollis, developmental delay, down syndrome, cerebral palsy, idiopathic toe walking as well as numerous neurodevelopmental and musculoskeletal disorders. Leanna has completed training in TASES (task specific electrical stimulation) and also serves as a clinical instructor to students. In her free time, she enjoys teaching Irish dance and playing with her dog.
All Services


  • ACL Program
  • Cancer Rehabilitation
  • Concussion Management
  • Congenital/Neuro/Autism Services
  • CoreVia Pelvic Health
  • Cranial Helmets
  • Dysfunctional Voiding
  • Feeding Dysfunction Program
  • Incontinence Therapy
  • Injury Prevention
  • Lower Extremity Orthotics
  • Obesity / Bariatric Care
  • Orthopedic Rehabilitation
  • Pain Management
  • Pediatric Occupational Therapy
  • Pediatric Physical Therapy
  • Pediatric Speech Therapy
  • Pelvic Health
  • Performing Arts / Dance Rehabilitation
  • Personalized Orthopedic Weight Reduction Program (POWR)
  • Pre-/Post-Operative Care
  • ReVital Cancer Rehabilitation
  • Sensory Integration
  • Social Thinking Program
  • Sports Medicine
  • Telerehab

Care Delivery

  • Telerehab
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News & Events

Cancer rehabilitation program helps survivors regain health and balance

March 01, 2023

News Center Maine recently ran a story on the ReVital Cancer Rehabilitation program and highlighted why these services are so essential for people affected by cancer.

Check it out here. Cancer rehab program helping survivors take back their health |

Saco Bay Orthopeadic & Sports Physical Therapy offers the ReVital Cancer Rehabilitation program throughout Maine.