About Us
 All About Kids, Inc. was established in 2004 to meet the growing needs of children with special needs in                                         our community.  We specialize in home-based therapy for children of all ages.  

Mission Statement:  All About Kids, Inc. is committed to providing quality skilled therapy services in the                                          child's natural environment to enable them to reach their fullest developmental                                              potential.  We work with children of all ages and abilities, and are committed to                                              providing fun, enriching activities to ensure success!



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     All About Kids Inc.
   Pediatric Therapy Services
Only The Best For Your Child!
 Annice Saunders, SLP
 Staff Speech Language Pathologist

                          Annice received her Bachelor of Science in Education with focus in                                     Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of Georgia in                               2013 and her Master of Speech Pathology from the University of South                               Carolina in 2015. Annice has worked in several different pediatric                                     settings, including outpatient rehabilitation, school settings, clinics, and                               home health. She specializes in pediatric feeding and swallowing                                         disorders, including oral and pharyngeal dysphagia and feeding aversions.                               She also has extensive experience with receptive and expressive                                       language delays, pragmatic disorders, phonological disorders, and autism.


                           Annice enjoys traveling, being outside, and spending time with friends.

 Amy Molley, OT
 Staff Occupational Therapist

                                                     Amy graduated with a Master’s of Science in Occupational Therapy from 
                                   Brenau University. She has been practicing Occupational Therapy since 
                                   2006 in the area of pediatrics. Amy has experience in a variety of 
                                   settings including school system, home health, and private practice. Amy 
                                   has experience working with children birth to 21 years of age with a 
                                   variety of diagnoses including developmental delay, Down Syndrome, 
                                   Cerebral Palsy, Autism, and Sensory Processing Dysfunction. She has 
                                   completed continuing education programs for sensory integration, 
                                   feeding, handwriting, vision, neurodevelopmental treatment (NDT), and 
                                   BRMT (Blomberg Rhythmic Movement Training) which is an intervention 
                                   approach for reflex integration. Amy is trained in Handwriting Without 
                                   Tears, Therapeutic Listening, and the S.O.S (Sequential Oral Sensory) 
                                   Approach to Feeding. She enjoys using a Floortime approach while 
                                   attending to a child’s individual sensory needs.

                                   Amy currently works in the areas of private practice, early intervention 
                                   home health, and is owner of Sensible Sensory Spaces, LLC. In April                                           2019 Amy and her therapy dog named Meggie became an official                                               registered therapy team. Amy is passionate about the human animal                                             bond. She believes in building a strong rapport with children and families                                       and strives to encourage function and independence for carryover across                                       all settings to improve one’s quality of life.

Our Staff
  Kim Izzo, P.T.
  CEO,Director of All About Kids Inc.

                                          Kim received her Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy in                                             1993from Russell Sage College in Troy, New York.  After working in various                                   physical therapy settings, including acute care, adult sub-  acute                                               rehabilitation, adult neurological rehabilitation, and outpatient                                                   orthopedics, Kim found her niche in pediatrics, and the past 16 years                                         have been spent practicing exclusively in the field of pediatric  physical                                       therapy. Kim has taken extensive pediatric continuing education classes                                         including the following topics: neurodevelopmental treatment,  treatment for                                   sensory processing disorders, kinesiotaping for pediatrics, myofascial release,                                 gait disorders in children, hypotonia, vestibular rehabilitation, splinting and                                     bracing, treatment for children with cerebral palsy, and developmental                                         orthopedics.

                             Kim lives in Woodstock, with her husband Al, and her two sons, Adam and                                     Michael.  Her eldest son Joshua, lives in South-East Asia with his lovely wife,                                 their beautiful daughter and handsome son.

​Renee' McDonald, OT
Staff Occupational Therapist
​Renee' earned a bachelors degree in 1996 from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and then completed her second bachelors degree in Occupational Therapy in 1999 at University of Tennessee Memphis Medical College. She has been practicing Occupational Therapy for over 19 years. Renee' began her career in trauma-based centers serving clients with spinal cord and amputee injuries. She then changed her focus to the pediatric population in 2002, serving children with a wide variety of disorders and delays. She has worked in the school system for most of her career, but recently began serving 0-3 population and their families. Renee' has participated in a large variety of continuing education throughout her OT career to include sensory processing, developmental delays, fine motor, visual motor and visual spatial deficits, ASD spectrum disorders, vestibular delays and sensory based feeding. Renee' enjoys helping families and their children reach their goals.

Renee' lives in Woodstock with her Husband Joby, her two lovely daughters, Ava and Reese, and their dog Natty.  Renee' enjoys spending time with her family and being outside as much as possible.
Melissa Leitner, PT, DPT
Staff Physical Therapist
Melissa graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Exercise and Sport Science from the University of Georgia. She then went on to recieve her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree from the Medical College of Georgia. Over the past 10 years, Melissa has worked exclusively in pediatrics, both in the clinic and the home environment. She has participated in a variety of continuing edication courses including Neuro-developmental Treatment (NDT), Myofascial Release, Torticollis and Plagiocephaly, and various treatments for children with Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome and other neurological and developmental conditions.

Melissa enjoys spending time with her husband and their identical twin daughters, Charlotte and Addison. She also enjoys scrap-booking, quilting, and being with friends and family.
Tara Wilson, DPT
Staff Physical Therapist
Tara graduated from the University of Miami with her Bachelor of Health Science and Doctorate of Physical Therapy degrees. She has worked exclusively in the field of pediatrics, with experience in the clinic, school system, and home health environments.  Tara's passion is working specifically in Early Intervention with the birth to three population. She is continually growing in her knowledge and skills, participating in various advanced continuing education courses on Torticollis, Neuro-Developmental Treatment (NDT), an intensive on treating the child with hypotonia, and functional stengthening in children. 

Tara lives in Canton, GA with her husband and their two young daughters, Bailey and Everly.
Lindsey Snopek
Staff Physical Therapist
​Dr. Lindsey Snopek received her bachelors in Rehabilitation Science with a dual minor in Psychology and Neuroscience from Armstrong Atlantic State University in Savannah, GA. She graduated in 2017 with her doctorate in Physical Therapy from Emory University in Atlanta, GA. She specializes in pediatrics and works with children of all ages, including early intervention. Lindsey has been a member of the team at All About Kids, Inc. since July 2018.

Lindsey became interested in Physical Therapy at the age of 8 when her younger brother, Kyle, began early intervention services with Kim Izzo. She grew up helping him with his exercises and stretches, and always said she wanted to be a PT for kids like him! Throughout her high school and college education, she followed and worked with therapists like Kim until fulfilling her dream of becoming one herself. 

In her spare time, Lindsey enjoys going to Braves games, hiking, and playing board/card games with family and friends.
Shannon Bragg
Shannon received her Bachelor of Artis degree in Communicative Disorders  from the University of Central Florida in 2001. She received her Master of Arts in Communicative Disorders from the University of Central Florida in 2004. Shannon has worked in home health, school systems, and a private practice therapy clinic. She participates in continuing education courses annually.  She has extensive experience in the areas of articulation, phonology, apraxia, fluency, social language, and expressive and receptive language skills. Shannon also has many years of experience working with children with autism and developmental delays in order to help them to express themselves.

Shannon enjoys soccer, baseball, listening to music, gardening and spending time with friends and family.
Alisha Baxter
Alisha graduated from Breanau University in 2015 with a Master's of Science in Occupational Therapy and has been practicing Occupation Therapy since 2016 in the area of pediatrics. Alisha has experience in working in both early intervention and clinic based private practice. She has experience working with children, birth to 21 years of age, with a variety of diagnoses including developmental delay, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Autism, and Sensory Processing Dysfunction.

She has completed continuing education programs from sensory integration, feeding, vision, and Musgatova Neurosensorimotor Reflex Integration.
Staff Occupational Therapist
Staff Speech Language Pathologist
Marianne Kochinski
Staff Occupational Therapist
Marianne earned her Bachelor's degree in Occupational Therapy in 1987 from the University of Florida. She has worked in a variety of pediatric settings including 11 years working in children's hospitals, primarily in the NICU with premature infants. She also worked in the school system for several years and for the past 20 years has worked in early intervention with children from birth to 3 years of age in several states. She enjoys working with children, toddlers, and their families, and believes in incorporating the family into therapy sessions with the child, for the best outcome. She works with all diagnoses and includes occupational therapy services to address sensory-feeding issues, fine motor deficits, sensory-motor concerns, and sensory/behavioral issues.

Marianne is married with two grown children. She is an avid horsewoman and can be found riding her horse and spending time with her family in her free time.
Amy Kern, M. Ed., OTR/L
Staff Occupational Therapist
Amy received her BS in Occupational Therapy from the Medical College of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University in 1981. She also received a Masters of Education in Special Education, Infant Development Specialist, from Kent State University in 1986. She has worked in a variety of pediatric settings, including inpatient rehabilitation, outpatient rehabilitation, schools, early intervention programs, home health care, preschools, and private practice. She received her certification in Neurodevelopmental Treatment and completed the Baby Treatment course as well as attending many additional continuing education courses. Amy also pulls from her personal experience of raising two children with developmental disabilities.

Amy lives in Woodstock, GA with her husband and three children.
Susan Wright, P.T.
Staff Physical Therapist
Susan received her Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy in 1989 (Cum Laude) from Georgia State University. She has worked in a variety of pediatric settings including hospital, outpatient and home health for over 20 years. Susan's specialties include congenital torticollis and early intervention (birth to 3 years), hypotonia, prematurity, and neurodevelopment treatment. 

Susan lives in Canton, GA with her husband and has two sons in college.
Kimberly D'Addario, OTR/L
Staff Occupational Therapist
Kim earned a bachelor degree in Psychology from Occidental College in Los Angeles, California and then went on to the University of Southern California for her graduate education in Occupational Therapy in 1980. There, she trained directly with Dr. A. Jean Ayres in sensory integrative therapy and she has worked throughout her career in pediatric private practice. She specializes in working with children with sensory processing disorders, developmental delays, attention deficits, and autism.

Kim has two adult children, enjoys traveling, and learning about natural health.
Jill Alvarado, SLP
Staff Speech Language Pathologist
Jill has been a Pediatric Speech-Language Pathologist for 20 years. She is very passionate about her job and feels blessed to be able to help children learn to eat and communicate. She completed her undergraduate schooling at The University of Florida and went to Western Carolina University for graduate school. Her CFY began at Upson Regional Medical Center in Thomaston, GA. She then moved to Atlanta to begin working at Tender Health Care, a medically fragile day treatment center, where she was able to specialize in feeding and language therapy for children ages 3 months to 4 years. This provided her with the opportunity to work in a multidisciplinary setting with children with a large variety of medical needs such as: severe prematurity, g-tube dependency, oxygen dependency, cardiac issues, tracheostomy tubes, cerebral palsy, down syndrome, trisomy 13, seizure disorders, failure to thrive, and much more. Shortly after having her first child, she moved to Guatemala with her family and finally learned Spanish! She returned to the US in 2009 and returned to work at the medically fragile day treatment center again until the birth of her 4th child. She then started at All About Kids and Babies Can't Wait, where she remains, doing home health for children from birth to 3 years old. She has additional training in SOS feeding therapy, Beckman oral motor excersizes, Passy-Muir speaking and swallowing valves, cervical auscultation, and the Kaufman speech protocol.

Jill spends her evening and weekends with her husband and children ages 7, 12, 16, and keeping in touch with her 18 year old who is attending The University of Chicago.
Colleen West is a native of Canton, GA. She loves fighting for our families from behind the scenes. When she isn’t tackling insurance companies, she loves enjoying time at home and going on adventures with her family.
Colleen West
Office Manager