Henry Rowlison BS, OTR/L
Henry Rowlison BS, OTR/L is a licensed and registered Occupational Therapist. He graduated from the University of Texas Medical Branch in 1997. Since this time Henry has worked in pediatric outpatient clinic settings, the public schools, early intervention, skilled nursing facilities, acute care, and in home health settings. Henry has experience and training in sensory processing disorders, feeding, infant mental health, fine motor skill development, visual motor skill development and daily living skill development. After having noticed the ever-increasing number of dysregulated children in his practice areas, Henry, in cooperation with Amistad Family Services started The Play Lab because they both saw a need for pediatric Occupational Therapy and Speech Therapy services that are based in trauma informed care.
In his free time Henry enjoys spending time with his family. He likes exploring off the beaten path locations throughout New Mexico. He likes to spend time outdoors in the mountains. He enjoys bike riding, photography, restoring old cars, and making furniture.
Madison Rowlison OTD, OTR/L
Madison Rowlison was born and raised in Las Cruces, NM. She has always had a passion for helping others. Madison has a BS in Kinesiology from NMSU and completed the Occupational Therapy Doctoral Program at the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in Austin, TX in May of 2021. She completed her Level II Fieldwork in Pediatric Home Health in Dallas, TX, which sparked her passion for working with children. Her doctoral capstone project has an emphasis on understanding the needs and barriers of elderly borderland residents regarding their ability to access healthcare and their community. When Madison has free time, she enjoys baking, listening to music, hiking, and spending time with family and friends.
Donna Evrage COTA/L
Donna grew up in Las Cruces and attended MacArthur Elementary, Fairacres Elementary, Court Jr. High and May field Jr. High. She is a class of 1981 Mayfield graduate! She attended ENMU-R and obtained her Associates degree in Occupational Therapy. What Donna finds most challenging about her job is learning something new. She has made the transition from geriatric care to pediatrics and she says it makes her have to think differently but she is up for the challenge! Donna loves what she does and finds it rewarding to establish what works for each individual, identify their strengths, and help them achieve their goals. In addition to being a professional, Donna is a wife/pit crew member. Donna and her husband have a super truck and race at Vado Speedway Park. Fun fact: Donna is quite adept at scraping lots of mud off a race truck.
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