Welcome to Bright Skies Therapy & Consulting
About Bright Skies Therapy & Consulting
Quiana Long, owner and occupational therapist of Bright Skies Therapy & Consulting is dedicated to providing high-quality, personalized occupational therapy to children, teenagers, young adults, and support to their parents/carers. Quiana aims to facilitate and support child development, learning, wellness, and independence through fun treatment approaches, collaboration, compassion, and personal experiences- all while incorporating and considering the family unit/support circle as a whole. The ultimate goal is to cater to each child’s specific needs so that they can HAPPILY and CONFIDENTLY perform in every context of their daily life.
Happy, confident children =
Happy, confident parents & carers!
Bright Skies Therapy & Consulting is currently providing occupational therapy and parent support/coaching services, specializing in:
* Sensory Processing
* School Caseload Management
Services are available to children and their families/support circles in the states of Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, and Texas in addition to the greater areas of London, UK. All services provided to UK families/schools are conveniently virtual. Services provided to Kentucky and Indiana families can be provided virtually with limited availability for face-to-face services. Do get in touch to learn how Bright Skies can help!
"I have nothing but praise and appreciation for Quiana, who worked with my son as he recovered from birth injuries. Quiana was attentive, compassionate, and even went the extra mile to integrate with other specialists involved in my son's recovery to ensure that everyone was focused on common objectives and that she had all the information possible to reinforce other therapies and treatments he was receiving. Quiana thank you so much for your support over the years!"
-Catherine K, DC
"You have gone above and beyond with my zillions of questions. My daughter enjoyed her time with you , and now I have a clear report that gives me what I need. I can’t thank you enough."
-Denise G, UK