HealthReach Therapists at the Congregational Home
The following people are HealthReach Rehab's primary therapy providers at the Congregational Home in Brookfield.
See the contact information on the left side of this page for directions to the clinic.
Lorelee Kuehn, OT
Lorelee is a 2003 graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with a bachelor of science degree in occupational therapy. For much of her practice, she has focused on the older adult population, providing therapy in their homes and in skilled nursing facilities. She finds working with this population very rewarding. She also has experience working in a day care center serving children and adults with developmental disabilities. She has a specialty certification in lymphedema/edema management.
Barb Eder, MS, CCC-SLP
Barb received her bachelor of science degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in communication disorders and her master of science degree in communication disorders from the Pennsylvania State College. She is currently treating adults in all areas of speech and language pathology. That includes aphasia, dysarthria, voice, cognitive linguistic deficits and dysphagia. Specific professional interests are cognitive strengthening and compensation, functional communication and swallowing following a stroke, and family education to enhance communication and eating. Barb remains current in her field through ongoing continuing education and participation in her nation organization’s special interest division on swallowing.
Kaylah King, PT, DPT
Kaylah graduated with a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from UW-Milwaukee in 2012 and a Bachelor of Science degree in athletic training from Concordia University- WI in 2009. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and Wisconsin Physical Therapy Association (WPTA). She enjoys working in the areas of orthopedics and geriatric rehabilitation and values the importance of evidence based practice. In 2011-2012, she was involved in a research study that assessed the significance of early stroke rehabilitation as it relates to functional outcomes for patients both at discharge from the hospital and 6 month follow up.
Mallory Fetta, PT, DPT
Mallory graduated from Marquette University with a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree in 2013 and a Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Sciences in 2011. She has enjoyed working with the geriatric population in skilled nursing facilities since graduation. Mallory appreciates the wisdom and gratitude of older adults which make working with them so rewarding.