Started in 2006, the Summit Center for Child Development (originally Summit Speech and Language) has been focused on bringing high quality intervention to Lewis County. We began as a small clinic providing Speech and Language Services. As demand grew the need to expand into Occupational and Physical Therapy to meet the needs of our community became apparent. We are proud to announce comprehensive services including Speech & Language Therapy, Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy to best serve the littlest clients of Lewis County!
We offer outpatient therapies in all three domains and Early Intervention through the Growing Together program.
Megan is proud to be a life long Lewis County resident. She has 15 years of experience working with children and their families in public school and private therapy settings. She received her Master's Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Western Washington University.
When not busy chasing their four kids, she and her husband enjoy gardening, outdoor adventures, and exploring new places.
Megan Bunker, MA CCC-SLP
Roxy has been working with children as a Speech Language Pathologist for 4 years in the public school and private practice setting. She is originally from South Texas and received her Master's Degree in Communication Disorders from Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas.
When she is not working with kiddos, you can find her outside either hiking, kayaking, or crabbing.
Roxanna Ramirez, MS CCC-SLP
Ashley completed her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at George Fox University in Newberg, Oregon. She is a physical therapist for the Centralia School District working with kids in every grade level as well as those in the early intervention program. She also works in SCCD's outpatient clinic.
In her spare time, Ashley enjoys hiking, game nights, and being outside!
Ashley Ferguson, PT
Alyssa completed her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at George Fox University in Newberg, Oregon. She is a physical therapist in SCCD's outpatient clinic as well as the school physical therapist for the Rainier School District.
Alyssa enjoys outdoor adventures including wakeboarding, snowboarding, and hiking.
Alyssa Wiley, PT, DPT
Sheryl is an Occupational Therapist with over 30 years of experience working with children and families. Sheryl has been with the Growing Together Program for 18 years. She Received her OT degree from University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington.
Sheryl enjoys many outdoor activities including boating, fishing, road trips, and photography.
Stephanie Fouts, OTR/L
Sheryl Benson OTR/L
Alison started her early childhood adventures with her Associates Degrees in Early Childhood and Special Education at Shoreline Community College, then worked as a preschool teacher and daycare provider for several years while raising her children in Centralia. After finishing her Bachelor's Degree at Washington State University. When not working, Alison loves being outside with friends and family walking, playing, watching others play, exploring, and traveling.
Alison Jenkins, FRC
Family Resources Coordinator
Jennifer has been working in the field of speech language pathology since 1994, working in a variety of settings. She is holistic and intuitive in her approach in working with children and families. . She specializes in Apraxia, Central Auditory Processing, and Cleft Lip and Palate. She currently resides and works several days a week in the greater Olympia area and commutes to Chehalis three days a week.
Julie Kugel, OTR
Kristen has worked in the Growing Together Program for three years. She has spent much of her life working in childcare (center-based and home daycare) in addition to raising her two children. She enjoys traveling and spending time with her family. Kristen looks forward to getting to know you and your child.