What is OT?
A child's "occupation" is to play, participate in school, and be independent with self-care tasks. At Cypress Pediatric OT we work with children who are experiencing challenges in one or more areas of their lives in order to participate in daily activities. These challenges can be due to Autism, ADHD, sensory processing, developmental delays, learning, disabilities, neurological disorders, and many others. We provide services that promote and support the achievement of a child's independence.
Cypress Pediatric Occupational Therapy is dedicated to providing high quality services to the Cypress area. Take a look below to find out what we specialize in, how to get in touch with any additional questions, and to learn more!
How Can OT Help My Child?
Improve fine and gross motor skills
Promote independence in daily living
Integrate sensory systems
Increase visual motor and visual perceptual skills
Increase eye-hand coordination
Increase balance and coordination
Improve skills for listening/following directions
Increase sequencing and motor planning
Integrated Listening Systems (iLs)
Handwriting Without Tears
Size Matters Handwriting Program
Home Exercise Program
Rory Autry, OTR/L - Owner
Rory received her undergraduate degree from Texas Tech University and later pursued her Masters in Occupational Therapy at University of Texas Medical Branch. She has experience working as both an inpatient and outpatient therapist for one of the top-ranked pediatric hospitals. She has also worked in both the private and public school settings as well as a private sensory integration clinic. She has extensive experience evaluating and treating a variety of pediatric populations.
Devin Reed, OTR
Devin received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from University of Houston - Clear Lake and her Master’s in Occupational Therapy from Texas Woman’s University. Devin discovered her passion for working with children during her 3 years working in a daycare setting. She completed her occupational therapy internship in a pediatric sensory integration clinic where she gained experience evaluating and treating children with various diagnoses and challenges. In her free time, Devin enjoys traveling, watching baseball, being outdoors, and spending time with her family.
Amy received her associates degree in the occupational assistant program from Lone Star college in Tomball in 2013 and a bachelors degree in sociology from the University of Houston Downtown in 2020. She worked in pediatric home health for 8 years before coming to Cypress Pediatric Occupational Therapy. For the last 3 years she has volunteered at the Baker Ripley community center in the second ward teaching art to children and ESL to adults. She has two passions: helping children with disabilities achieve their full potential, and helping adults and children in underserved communities improve their quality of life. She spends the rest of her free time with her husband Eric and her cute dog Latte.