​          214-790-6953

           3130  N. SHILOH RD, GARLAND TX


​​​     I am a certified teacher with over 15 years of experience working with children on all ability levels, from age 18 months through high school. The idea for Sense-Able was formed over 5 years ago.  We brain-stormed ideas as to how we would set our classroom up in order to provide the best sensory experience for our children.  

    I’ve carried this passion for creating the perfect sensory center, for many years, and have added more dreams to the mix along the way. IEP/Therapy tutoring, ARD Advocacy, homeschool assistance programs, academic concept tutoring, sensory integration programs, art, music therapy, dance, Karate, adaptive yoga and speech therapy. This goes way beyond your typical classroom environment, so how could I make this happen for children on all levels of the developmental spectrum? 

    Sense-Able Gym located in Garland, Texas was born from my need to create opportunities for all children, and a community of support for parents. My passions stem from children I’ve taught in the past. Some being on special education watch lists, or students being labeled ADD or ADHD. Often, all these children needed were small, easy to implement classroom accommodations, one-on-one tutoring, and a good sensory motor program. In many instances, the child didn’t have ADD or ADHD at all, but simply needed more time to mature and grow. In other instances, there was another issue at hand that would not have been found without more intense evaluations.     My goal is to provide children and parents the tools they need to be successful at home, in school, and in the community. Along with meeting these goals, I am committed to providing a safe place for children to form friendships, play, and explore the world, because after all, the world is one huge sensory experience!

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​     Kasey is a board certified music therapist. In 2010, she graduated from Loyola University New Orleans with a bachelor’s degree in Music Therapy, and a minor in Psychology. Upon completing her degree, Kasey interned with the Harris County Department of Education in Houston, Texas.  Throughout her internship, she discovered that she had a true connection and gift for interacting with children who have developmental differences.  

     Kasey has worked as the music therapist in multiple school districts providing direct services in special education classrooms. She has also treated individuals of all ages and abilities through her private practice. 

    Kasey currently owns and operates YourSong Music Therapy, providing music therapy services in the greater Dallas area. 


    Is nationally board certified by the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) and is licensed by the Texas State Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology.  Courtney uses a variety of treatment philosophies to address communication and articulation delays and disorders.  

 Courtney is able to individually tailor therapy programs using treatment methods that incorporate the work of Stanley Greenspan (Floortime), Barry Prizant and Amy Wetherby (S.C.E.R.T.S.) to Deborah Hayden (PROMPT method) where all speech clients are assessed and treated holistically, using our clients’ strengths and weaknesses in the physical, cognitive, and social domains to assess communication functioning.