At Epona Therapy, we offer the right program for your families needs: customized therapy and enrichment programs help your child make progress everyday.

  • Specialized in creating custom therapy plans to address your childs' needs
  • Family friendly enrichment programs
  • Learn important life skills such as dressing, swimming and making friends
  • Work on building friendships and learn how to work with others to keep friendships fun
  • Kids learn to advocate for their own needs

Click below to learn more about how Epona can help your child

Nature Based Occupational Therapy

Nature-based occupational therapy is a holistic approach that uses natural environments and activities to promote physical, emotional, and mental well-being. This approach involves a variety of outdoor activities, such as gardening, hiking, and nature walks, to help individuals connect with nature and enhance their overall health. By incorporating nature into therapy sessions, nature-based occupational therapy can provide individuals with a unique and effective way to reduce stress, improve focus, and increase physical activity.


Nature Enrichment groups

Summer Nature Oaks Group: A supportive and inclusive outdoor program tailored for young adults with special needs, emphasizing recreational skill-building and fostering social connections in a natural setting.


Hippotherapy is a tool used by occupational therapists to harness the dynamic movement of the horse. Through this experience, children can improve their balance, coordination, strength, and overall motor skills, while also developing a greater sense of confidence and self-esteem. With the guidance of trained professionals, hippotherapy can be an effective option for children with a range of conditions, including cerebral palsy, autism, and developmental delays. By incorporating this unique and engaging movement into their treatment plan, children can enjoy a fun and rewarding way to achieve their therapeutic goals.  Hippotherapy is motivating and a great tool in OT.


Aquatic Therapy & Adaptive Swimming

Aquatic occupational therapy is a fun and effective way for children to improve their physical and cognitive abilities. This therapy takes place in a pool or other water-based environment, where children can engage in a range of activities that promote strength, balance, coordination, and social skills. Through swimming, water play, and other aquatic exercises, children can develop a greater sense of confidence and independence, while also enjoying the therapeutic benefits of being in the water. With the support of trained professionals, aquatic occupational therapy can be a great option for children with a variety of conditions, including cerebral palsy, autism, and developmental delays.

Adaptive swimming lessons teach important life skills such as water safety, basic swim skills and strokes while encouraging fun and relaxation in the water.


Why you shouldn't wait to get started on skill building

  • There are key development periods for developing specific skills.  When children miss these periods, they lack the skills that their peers have mastered, they may struggle more in school and as parents our expectations may not match their current skill level.  Once your child is struggling, it is time to build skills- this might look like beginning therapy or joining enrichment group.  The important thing is to get started.  If you have a question about what might be right for your child- call or text us a question 7332 595 8515.
  • If you are worried about the cost of getting help- we get it. However, the cost of not getting help is greater than the cost of getting support. We don't want any family to miss out based on cost.  We have support for every family who wants to help their child develop the skills that lead to successful lives after parenting.  The skills your child will develop help your child become more calm, cooperative and confident. We offer programs and OT services at a variety of prices, work with grant agencies AND provide free community events.
  • It can feel like a big leap to get started,  most families feel some nervousness when getting started with something new.  Do you wonder to yourself, "What if this doesn't work?"  Lots of parents wonder what the process of working with us would be like- here's some information to help you understand the process:  First we connect with you and make sure we're a good fit and can help your child's needs.  Next, if you are beginning occupational therapy, your child will complete an evaluation to identify your child's strength and areas for skill development.  If your child is participating in a group- you will get your welcome emails to help you get prepared and your child feel ready.  Really, we want to make sure there is nothing to lose and so much to gain.

Every week my son asks if he is going to work with Gina.  He loves the weekly group and is making friends while learn new skills.  We are amazed at how much he has grown.

Jenny / 

Mom to 10 year old son

After working with Ryan my son was courageous to ask for things at stores and restaurants. He lost his temper a few times but was able to recover relatively quickly. We are so proud of him.

Ivonne /

Mom to  9 yo son

We're so happy that our son is better able to stop, think and create a plan.  He listens to us better and is having less meltdowns at home and school.

Mark / 

Dad to 7 yo son

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Summer Nature SEEDS program

60 Minutes

Join us for an eight-week summer nature enrichment group.  Summer Nature Seeds Group is a nurturing outdoor exploration program for children ages 2-5, accompanied by a caregiver, fostering curiosity and connection with nature through guided sensory activities and play.



Group Adaptive Swim Lesson

"Immerse yourself in the world of advanced swimming skills with our group lessons, featuring a maximum 3:1 ratio. Tailored for swimmers dedicated to refining techniques like stroke formation, our experienced instructor. Ryan provides individualized attention within a small group setting. Join our aquatic community, where the camaraderie of group learning enhances the journey towards mastery, making every session a step closer to achieving your advanced swimming goals.




Individual Sessions

Our 1:1 sessions are $90/45 minute session.  Some children do well with 30 minutes ($60) and some need a full hour session ($120).  Some of our sessions also have a facility fee to cover the use of the facility and support staff (such as a horse handler).  The stable facility fee is $30/session.  The facility fee for the pool is $20.

If you do not see an opening in our current schedule, please contact us directly to be added to the schedule.  Currently, only weekly appointments are shown on the availability in our schedule.

An Occupational Therapy Evaluation is required to begin therapy services.  If you do not have a OT evaluation within one year or would like to have an evaluation completed the cost of the evaluation is $200.

Please see our FAQs for more information regarding insurance coverage for occupational therapy services.

We are a private pay provider and work directly for and with each family.


Good Fit Guarantee

Our goal is to provide high quality care for your family! We want our relationship to be mutually beneficial.  After 3 sessions, we will reach out to you to discuss your child’s progress and your satisfaction with our services.  If, at that time, it is determined that your child is not progressing or our team is not a good fit for your child, you may discontinue therapy services or groups attendance without further financial obligation. 

Meet Your Team

Gina Taylor
Gina Taylor, OT
Ryan Bunting
Ryan Bunting COTA/L