Meet the Owners of Kids S.P.O.T.
The staff at Kids S.P.O.T. is trained to guide and motivate children to work through challenges large and small.

Kids S.P.O.T. therapists have obtained advanced certifications in these areas:

• Sensory Integration
• Interactive Metronome
• Infant massage
• Handwriting workshop
• Myofascial Release
• Craniosacral Therapy
• Splinting/Orthothics/Prosthetics
• Augmentative Communication
• Oral Motor and Feeding Techniques
• Adaptive Equipment

Annie Bouchereau-Fischer, MPT:

Annie is one of the founders and president of Kids S.P.O.T.  She founded the clinic after working in the pediatric field for 7 years.  She received her undergraduate degree from Florida International University in 1997 and her Masters degree from Nova Southeastern University in 1999.  She is trained and qualified to administer the Sensory Learning Program. Her expertise and areas of interest include Autism Spectrum Disorders, early intervention, Down syndrome, and orthopedics and has attended other continuing education courses in areas such as Sensory Integration, NDT, Treadmill Training and Treatment of the Baby.


Kristina Altieri, OTR/L

Kristina is one of the founders and Vice President of Kids S.P.O.T. She received her Bachelor of Health Science degree in Occupational Therapy from University of Florida in December 2002. Kristina has experience in school, outpatient, and home health settings. She is certified in Handwriting Without Tears and is trained to administer the Sensory Learning Program. Her particular area of interest is Sensory Integration treatment. 

“Both Annie and I have worked hard to build a team who shares our commitment and vision. I couldn't be more

pleased with the therapists working with us. They are some of the kindest, most caring people I've had the pleasure to know. I have complete confidence in each of them, as they all possess excellent credentials and experience.”
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