UTHSC Rachel Kay Stevens Therapy Center

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The UTHSC Rachel Kay Stevens Therapy Center is a student-run pro bono clinic. Occupational therapy (OT) services are provided by students with the direct supervision of a licensed occupational therapist.

The Center provides:

  • consultation
  • evaluation
  • individual treatment and;
  • patient/family education

Who We Serve

We serve the underinsured or uninsured children from birth to 18 years of the Mid-South.

Eligibility

Please contact us to determine if you are eligible for services at the UTHSC Rachel Kay Stevens Therapy Center.

Rachel was a very special friend to me and the most genuine person I have ever known. Rachel was a sweet and loyal person who always made me laugh with her great sense of humor and forgetfulness. As her friend I knew I could always depend on her.  There was a light in Rachel that was obvious to all she met due to her love for Christ and her God centered life.  She was a servant leader who dreamed of becoming a pediatric occupational therapist.  As we prepared ourselves for the UTHSC OT program, it was easy to see her natural talents and excitement for helping others.  Though I miss her every day, I will help to fulfill her dream of serving pediatric patients through the Rachel Kay Stevens Therapy Center provided in her memory.


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Rachel Stevens was only a student at UTHSC for a short time, but she left a big impression. Rachel was a bright light and a giver to those around her. She'll always be remembered.

Contact Us

The UTHSC Rachel Kay Stevens Therapy Center

The Boling Center for Developmental Disabilities
Room 417
711 Jefferson Avenue
Memphis, TN 38105

Phone: (901) 448-2298
Fax: (901) 448-3065
Email: rkstc@uthsc.edu

Open on the first and third Tuesdays of each month from 3-6 pm

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