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Jamy Cousins


Jamy graduated from the University of Central Arkansas with her Bachelor’s Degree in Health Science, in 2010, and a Master of Science in Occupational Therapy in 2013. Jamy has volunteered and worked with several different organizations focusing on children and young adults with a variety of diagnoses and enjoys working specifically with the pediatric population. She is newly married to Roger. In their spare time, they enjoy traveling, spending time outdoors, and spending time with family.

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Leslie Moss, COTA/L

Leslie holds an Associate of Applied Science in Occupational Therapy from Arkansas State University. Leslie fell in love with the idea of working with kids during one of her fieldwork rotation in school. Leslie spends most of her free time traveling to and watching basketball games (her husband is a high school basketball coach). When she’s not at a game, she enjoys spending time with her family outside hiking, camping, at the lake, or playing with her Corgi, Jango. She is also involved at her local church. If Leslie had one super-power, it would be to fly so she could enjoy the view.

Jamy Cousins


Jamy graduated from the University of Central Arkansas with her Bachelor’s Degree in Health Science, in 2010, and a Master of Science in Occupational Therapy in 2013. Jamy has volunteered and worked with several different organizations focusing on children and young adults with a variety of diagnoses and enjoys working specifically with the pediatric population. She is newly married to Roger. In their spare time, they enjoy traveling, spending time outdoors, and spending time with family.

Occupational Therapy Assistant


Leslie Moss, COTA/L

Leslie holds an Associate of Applied Science in Occupational Therapy from Arkansas State University. Leslie fell in love with the idea of working with kids during one of her fieldwork rotation in school. Leslie spends most of her free time traveling to and watching basketball games (her husband is a high school basketball coach). When she’s not at a game, she enjoys spending time with her family outside hiking, camping, at the lake, or playing with her Corgi, Jango. She is also involved at her local church. If Leslie had one super-power, it would be to fly so she could enjoy the view.

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