Meet Our Staff
Trina Arling, MS CCC/SLP
Trina Arling was born and raised in Lander, Wyoming and moved to the East coast to pursue her schooling. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders as well as her Masters of Science in Speech-Language Pathology at the University of New Hampshire.Trina has passion and experience working with individuals of all ages with varying challenges and communication needs. She has hands-on involvement with the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) across the age span of her clients. In her free time, she particularly loves singing, cooking, stacking wood with her husband, and playing with her two Jack Russell’s.
Gabrielle Mascali, MS OTR/L
Gabrielle received both her Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree of Science in Occupational Therapy from the University of New Hampshire. Gaby was born and raised in New York, but after coming to New Hampshire to attend school, she decided she loved it too much to leave. Gaby has had experience working with children in various settings, including at a sleep away camp in Michigan, a residential school in Northern New Hampshire, as well as a sub-acute children’s hospital in Washington D.C. Gaby is also one of the local area providers who is certified in the Therapeutic Listening program. She is passionate about sensory integration and loves working in her socks.
Lisa graduated from Merrimack College with her Bachelor’s degree in Business Management. She has fifteen years experience in the medical billing and insurance industry. Lisa has also completed a variety of Advocacy training programs. Lisa has personal experience as a parent trying access quality services for her child and is passionate about helping parents maneuver the system and educate themselves on their options. Lisa opened Milestones Pediatric Therapy Center, LLC because she felt there was a definite need for families to have a local resource where they can obtain services for their children and feel supported.
Lee-Ann began her work in childhood education in 2000 and has experience working with children of all ages. She holds a BA in Education in K-8 and Special Education K-12 from Notre Dame College. Lee-Ann has taught in classrooms of 4th, 5th and 6th graders and coached sports teams. Currently Lee-Ann is the After School Program Director at Bedford Martial Arts Academy and she is pursuing her Masters Degree is Behavioral Intervention in Autism at the University of Massachusetts.
Megan Hunter, MS CCC/SLP
After growing up in Massachusetts, Megan earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders and her Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of New Hampshire. She has worked in various settings with children of a variety of ages, ranging from toddlers, to teenagers and adults. She has experience working with children with a wide variety of skills and has experience with Augmentative and Alternative Communication systems. Megan has a passion for working with children and teenagers with fluency disorders and speech sound disorders. When she’s not working, Megan enjoys hiking, going to the beach, and playing soccer.
Molly Jacobson, MS CF-SLP
After growing up in Massachusetts, Molly received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Union College in upstate New York. After graduating, she moved to Colorado for several years to pursue adventure, but found her way back east to begin a Master’s Degree of Science in Speech-Language Pathology at the University of New Hampshire. Molly is a clinical fellow with a passion for improving and enhancing the communication skills of people throughout the age span. In her free time, she loves outdoor activities and spending time with friends, family, and her dog, Gus.
Amy Rich-Crane, MS OTR/L
Amy received her Bachelor’s degree in Speech Communication from SUNY Potsdam and her Master’s of Science in Occupational Therapy from Utica College. She has extensive training in the treatment of Sensory Processing Disorder, Autism, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, picky eating and vision disorders. During college she worked as a youth advocate for low income families, an outdoor therapeutic recreation counselor for juvenile delinquents, and a paraprofessional. As a former Army wife, she’s diversified her practice in pediatrics from New York, to Kansas, Missouri, Texas, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Haiti. Amy grew up in upstate New York, playing sports, hiking and reading, which she still loves to do.
Heather Sayward, MS OTR/L
After growing up in Massachusetts, Heather attended Springfield College where she received her Bachelor’s in Rehabilitation and Disability Studies and Master’s in Occupational Therapy. After graduating, Heather accepted a position to be a travel Occupational Therapist and was excited to explore! She then found her way back home where she worked in various settings including early intervention, schools, and at a therapeutic horseback riding facility doing hippotherapy. Heather has a passion for maximizing on the strengths of each individual so they can reach their full potential. In her free time, Heather enjoys horseback riding, spending time with friends & family, and being a mom.