Alison Laskay - OT
I was born and raised on Long Island in New York. I moved to Washington after working as a traveling occupational therapist for two years. In my spare time I enjoy traveling, mountain biking, hiking, skiing, running, indoor rock climbing, and painting.
Education & Training
I graduated cum laude from Geneseo State University in Geneseo, NY in 2014 with a degree in English Literature. Following that, I attended D’Youville College in Buffalo, NY and graduated magna cum laude with my Masters in Occupational Therapy in 2017. Throughout my time in grad school, I provided respite services to parents of developmentally disabled children in their homes. I jumped right into the traveling therapy industry immediately after passing my OT boards in 2017, which has led me on many adventures in Oregon, New Mexico, California, Washington and the surrounding states. It has also helped me gain occupational therapy experience in a variety of settings such as school based, hospital, skilled nursing, and outpatient services, as well as working as a director of rehab in the skilled nursing setting.
Rayme Rogge - OT
License #: OT60996458
Hello All- I was born and raised in the Everett area, and am a PNW girl at heart! After living in Pennsylvania for the past two years and Bellingham before that, I am excited to be back to my roots. I am passionate about being outside, gardening, snowboarding, surfing and picking fruit. I love working with children of all different abilities, which lead me to a career as an occupational therapist, and I am looking forward to serving your family.
Education & Training
My formal education started at Western Washington University, where I received my bachelor’s of science in kinesiology pre-health. I continued on to receive my masters of occupational therapy from Messiah College. During my master’s education, I completed internships in two placements, including a school for children with moderate to severe Autism Spectrum Disorder. For the past six years, l have worked with children with a variety of diagnosis, with a strong focus on working with children with ASD, behavioral disorders, and intellectual disabilities. This includes formal jobs as a certified nursing assistant, full time OT undergraduate intern, behavioral technician implementing ABA, camp unit leader, and less formally as a nanny. My educational and additional experience has led to a combined sensory and behavioral approach, to support your child or teens growth towards their greatest potential. I am excited to partner with you and your family, to help with your child’s daily needs or what we OT’s like to call “occupations”!
I was born in Massachusetts but spent most of my life in Washington. I love spending time outside and exploring the beautiful PNW. I enjoy attending sporting events and trying new activities. I also love spoiling and spending time with my munchkin cat and corgi. Working with individuals to achieve their goals and reach their full potential with a client-centered approach has been a strong passion of mine and has guided me on my OT journey.
Education & Training
I completed my undergraduate degree at the University of Washington in Seattle in 2013, majoring in Anthropology. After that I spent time working in early education with children ages 1-3 years. This is when I decided that I wanted to provide more child-centered care and decided to pursue a career in OT. I graduated from the Occupational Therapy Assistant program at Lake Washington Institute of Technology in the spring of 2021. While in school, I worked as a behavioral technician, providing applied behavior analysis therapy to children and teens. My OTA fieldwork experiences took me to a men's homeless shelter and women and children's homeless shelter. There, I was able to assist clients in daily activities, health and wellness, leisure exploration, and community reintegration. I am excited to begin my OT career at Beautiful Autism and build strong relationships with families in order to improve their child’s independence and quality of daily life.