The Physical and Occupational Therapy Department at Arkansas School for the Deaf provides a variety of services. These services include, but are not limited to, evaluation and treatment of children with physical disabilities, developmental delays, perceptual-motor problems, feeding, and sensory problems; provide and obtain adaptive equipment needs; parent counseling.
Please meet our staff:
Millie Whitley, Physical Therapist
Millie has been a wonderful asset to the faculty, students, and parents of Arkansas School for the Deaf. With 37 years of experience in her field. She has worked at Arkansas School for the Deaf for 21 years. Prior to working here, she worked at Baptist Hospital in Memphis, TN.
Millie has worked with a variety of children with a variety of diagnoses and disabilities. The majority of her time is with children that have neuromuscular problems and skeletal disorders. These issues are frequently found in children with Cerebral Palsy, CMV, William’s Syndrome, CHARGE syndrome, and Down’s syndrome as well as those with undiagnosed disabilities.
Millie received a Bachelor’s degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Tennessee in 1981. She has specialized training in pediatrics and geriatrics.
Lyndal Green, Occupational Therapist
Lyndal has been a tremendous support to the faculty, students, and parents of Arkansas School for the Deaf. With 32 years of experience in her field, she has kept children here at Arkansas School for the Deaf motivated through her creativity and knowledge. She worked many different places, such as Easter Seals, Francis Allen School, Arkansas Pediatric Facility, Helping Hands, Pediatric Therapy Services, public school, and other private clinics, all before finding a home here at Arkansas School for the Deaf.
Lyndal has always worked in pediatrics; among this population, she has provided services to children with a variety of diagnoses. Cerebral Palsy, William’s Syndrome, CHARGE syndrome, Learning disabilities, CMV, Deaf-Blind, ADHD, Down Syndrome, and DOOR Syndrome are just some of the types of children she has worked with.
Lyndal received a Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of Central Arkansas, Conway in 1986. She is trained to address sensory issues, visual perceptual skills, handwriting, reflex integration, and modifications for the classroom and home.