Kerri Frie BA, CBRS, ITFS

Kerri graduated from Adelphi University in 1996 with her Bachelor’s degree in Communicative Disorders. While studying her undergraduate degree, Kerri attained many clinical hours treating children with speech/language delays and articulation disorders in a speech therapy setting.
Kerri is originally from Long Island, New York and has been living in North Carolina now for 7 years.  She calls Holly Springs home with her husband and 3 children ages 16, 14, and 6.  She has worked with children who are both typically and atypically developing in both the school setting and home based therapy. Kerri has had a love for children with special needs her whole life, as her younger sister has Down Syndrome.  Early Intervention played a major role in her sister’s success today and therefore makes Kerri a firm believer and advocate for Early Intervention. Kerri volunteered with the Special Olympics as a soccer coach for many years as well as working one on one with special needs children teaching swimming lessons. She is an energetic and compassionate therapist who loves to play while assisting children meet their developmental milestones.  Kerri is wonderful at creating a team approach for each child/family she serves and goes above and beyond to best serve each individual family.
Experience includes: Down syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Sensory Processing, Developmental Delays, Communicative Disorders, and Behavioral Therapy.
Growing up in a large family (9 children) has made Kerri very family oriented.  Her love for children is evident when you meet her.  She is eager to get down to their level and her enthusiasm can be felt by anybody she meets. Kerri is compassionate and dedicates herself to the children and their families that she works with.