The Nantucket Therapy Center provides services to address the following concerns:
- Delayed speech
- Difficultly pronouncing sounds or words
- Difficulty following directions
- Unintelligible speech
- Poor eye hand coordination
- Muscle weakness
- Abnormal movement
- Sensory Issues
Office Hours: Monday – Friday 8am – 6pm
Weekends by appointment
Appointments are necessary, please call: 508.221.0228.
If necessary, Nantucket Therapy Center will do home visits.
Types of Insurance Accepted:
- Mass Health
- Most third party payers
Fees for service include:
- Insurance reimbursement schedules
- Private pay fee schedules
Parking: Parking Lot
- Miacomet Loop – Bayberry Court Stop
- Airport Loop – Bayberry Court Stop
- Surfside Beach Route – Bayberry Court Stop
- Sconset via Milestone Road Route – Bayberry Court Stop
- Sconset via Polpis Road Route – Bayberry Court Stop
- Sconset via Old South Road Route – Bayberry Court Stop
Make things easier by preparing these things ahead of time:
- Brief medical history
- Insurance Information
Nantucket Therapy Center Team:
After raising three children and working most of her life in northern Michigan, Carrie moved to Nantucket for its beauty, moderate climate, and to be near family. She has had the great pleasure of working with a diverse clientele of all ages; speech/language impaired individuals, multiply and cognitively impaired individuals, as well as gifted and talented persons. Her roles include general education as therapist, teacher, and administrator. Ms. Keyes has a masters degree in general and special education and holds the National Certificate of Clinical Competency for Speech/Language Pathology (CCC/SLP). In addition, she has a masters degree in Educational Leadership & Supervision. Her passion is caring for and creating an exceptional environment for maximal growth and progress in all learning environments.
Ms. Ramos grew up on Nantucket Island and graduated from Nantucket High School in 2006. After a diagnosis of autism and ADHD was presented in her immediate family, she decided to major in speech and language therapy at Bridgewater State College and earned her bachelors degree in Communication Disorders. She is thrilled to be following her passion for helping and teaching others. She loves working with children and families that are affected by speech-language impairment. Ms. Ramos uses strategies that take into account the individual’s interests, needs, and goals. When not working, she loves to walk and go to the movies.
Kelley Hogan lives in South Boston and is a graduate of Worcester State College and Springfield College. She holds the certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). As a child she vacationed on Nantucket with her family, and is now excited to spend the entire summer on the island. She is looking forward exploring the island by bike and by boat; she and her boyfriend are actually living on their boat this summer in the Nantucket Harbor! As a speech-language pathologist with the Boston Public Schools, Kelley loves seeing students succeed in the academic setting as well as all of the social settings school has to offer. She is excited to work with the children of Nantucket and other visiting summer children and help them improve their speech and language skills. She will work to help them transfer their skills from the clinic to their everyday lives with their families.
Mary has over 25 years experience working as a physical therapist in inpatient and outpatient services, swing bed and home care services, as well as sports medicine. She earned her Bachelors of Science degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Connecticut. She has special training in shoulder rehabilitation, vestibular disorders, balance disorders and fall prevention, TMJ dysfunction, foot and ankle biomechanics and custom foot orthotic prescription. A summer resident since 1991, Mary moved to the island in 2006 to join its year round health care community. She has also channeled her compassionate care through volunteering for adult literacy, Camp Sunshine, a retreat for children with life threatening illnesses, and for LILY, a charity which provides knitted items for children in Turkish refugee camps. Mary has two grown sons and enjoys cycling, sailing, and all water sports.
Ms. Rhodes has been working as at PT for several decades. Although she has experience in acute, subacute, and long-term care, she has been working in out-patient orthopedics for sixteen years. Her practice philosophy includes the use of manual therapy in conjunction with exercise that does not end with the resolution of the injury, but helps her clients achieve their long-term fitness goals. This could include something that a client may not think is possible. Let’s talk!