A Little Bit About the Owner
Tomeeker "Tee" Gary is a licensed occupational therapist. She grew up in rural Virginia and attended college in Richmond, Virginia. She and her husband, Donnell, have a beautiful daughter named Jakayla. They also have two fur-sons: Lacey, a Chow mix, and Milton, a miniature schnauzer.
Tee always felt like what many call an "old soul." She enjoyed listening to her older family members reminisce about events that occurred in their lives. Her family was not monetarily wealthy, but they were rich with love for each other and pride in the way they "made do," even with limited financial means. They often joyfully conversed about the ways they participated in basic activities, including meal preparation, laundry, child care, and much more. Those conversations guided Tee to begin studying occupational therapy: skills for the job of living. Her family demonstrated how to make their home and their abilities work for them.
Tee has provided occupational therapy services to many clients including those with spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, dementia, and many, many more. Her passion has always been treating clients where one can gather the most information and make the most impact: in their homes. She is a certified aging-in-place specialist and she holds the prestigious Executive Certificate in Home Modifications from the University of Southern California's Davis School of Gerontology. She is also a Certified Dementia Practitioner. She enjoys spending time with her family and learning about her ancestry.