Jill Gabbert is the President and founder of Goodcare AtHome Rehab. She has been an occupational therapist for 20 years and has worked in a variety of settings ranging from Level 1 trauma centers to home health. She is also a Certified Instructor in Dementia Capable Care. Jill founded Goodcare AtHome Rehab in November of 2014 to bridge a gap in therapy services for her clients who didn't qualify for home health therapy, but would still benefit from therapy in their home. Jill is married to her husband Matt, and they have 3 children. Jill enjoys singing, playing the piano, watching her kids activities and an occasional vacation with family. She has sung in the Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris, on Omaha Beach in Normandy for the 50th anniversary of D-Day as well as many beautiful cathedrals throughout Europe and the US with the Augustana College Choir.
Tami Bittner graduated from the University of South Dakota with a BS in Biology in 1997 and then completed her MS degree in Occupational Therapy in 1999. Since graduation she has worked as an OT in many different areas of practice including acute care, rehab, out-patient, long-term care, home health, mental health. Tami has worked for Goodcare AtHome Rehab since 2014 and loves being an OT. Tami is certified in LSVT BIG, an intensive treatment protocol for those with Parkinson's disease. Her passion is to help people achieve the highest possible level of independence and quality of life in their home environment.
Leah Harms received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from USD in 2010. Family includes husband Tyler and children Evan and Emerson. Her interests are exercising, reading, spending time with family. Leah is certified in lymphedema management and plans to become certified in LSVT BIG. Her other professional interests include orthopedics and patients with balance deficits.
Kristin Lohnes received her Masters of Science Degree in Physical Therapy from the University of South Dakota in 1998. She has practiced in a variety of settings during the course of her career. She specializes in Women's Health/Pelvic Floor Disorders and has received various trainings in treatment of these conditions. She is certified as a Lifestyle Educator for the FirstLine Therapy Program. Kristin has a passion for promoting physical and personal well-being in others and enjoys using positive lifestyle factors to assist her patients in their healing. Kristin enjoys lifting weights, riding bikes outdoors with her family, loves dogs, and strives to spend as much time as possible with her husband, 2 sons, and 2 Goldendoodles.
Daphne Vanden Bosch
Daphne received her Bachelors Degree in Biology and Master's Degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of South Dakota. She received her certification in lymphedema management in 2008. She has also participated in various trainings specific to dementia management, fall prevention, and vision impairments. She has over 14 years of experience which has included areas of pediatrics though geriatrics, both clinic, SNF, and home settings. She lives in Sioux Falls with her husband and two daughters.
Mica Skinner graduated from University of South Dakota in 2013 with a Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy. She also received her BA in Psychology from the University of Sioux Falls. Family includes husband Jason and daughter Julia born in 2016. My hobbies include running (she's completed 3 half marathons so far for fun), napping, spending time with her husband and daughter, and watching her daughter learn and grow. Professional interests include all aspects of geriatrics, especially dementia care.
Rebecca DeWit is a graduate in occupational therapy from Saint Catherine university. Upon graduation, she worked full-time at Avera McKennan in Sioux Falls South Dakota. She is experienced in inpatient acute, inpatient rehab, postacute, burns, aquatic therapy, pain management, home care and skilled nursing facility settings. She has worked for Goodcare/Goodcare AtHome Rehab team since 2009.
Rebecca has lived in Sioux Falls South Dakota since 1992. She married her high school sweetheart and has five children. Rebecca enjoys many outdoor activities including hiking, kayaking, biking, gardening and in the wintertime enjoys reading and scrapbooking.
Jennifer started her career as a Physical Therapist in 2011. She attended South Dakota State University and earned a Bachelor of Science in Health Promotion and continued on to earn her Doctorate of Physical Therapy degree at A. T. Still University in Mesa, AZ. Within her professional practice, Jennifer seeks to help individuals reduce their fall risk to prevent injuries and enhance their mobility. She enjoys strength training and spending time with her family. Jennifer and her family live in Sioux Falls and enjoy spending time outdoors and visiting the family farm.
Abby Westlund graduated from Calvin College with a B.A. in Speech-Language Pathology in 2010 and received her M.A. in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Minnesota in 2012. She has her national certificate of clinical competency (CCCs) from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and is a member of ASHA's gerontology, voice, and dysphagia special interest groups. She holds her Iowa and South Dakota licenses and is certified in VitalStim therapy for swallowing. Abby is married and has one daughter. She recently moved back to Sioux Falls and is enjoying rediscovering the area with her family.
Renae Maas began her Physical Therapist position with GCAHR in May of 2015.
Renae attended college at South Dakota State University and Des Moines University where she completed her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. She then began her career in Des Moines, IA, in the skilled nursing facility setting. While in Des Moines, Renae had the opportunity to work in outpatient, long term care and home health. Renae is also lymphedema certified.
Renae enjoys traveling with her husband and friends, reading, cooking, gardening, and outdoor activities such as biking, kayaking, and hiking.