Taylor DeValk

Taylor is a high school and college basketball referee. He loves country music. He could eat pizza every night, including Hawaiian pizza!

Taylor received both his Doctorate of Physical Therapy and his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is trained in the Intensive Model of Therapy and the TheraSuit Method; both are used in CI’s Advance Program, with which Taylor is heavily involved. He has given multiple national presentations at conferences such as Autism Society of America, Abilities Inc, and Autism Society of Wisconsin. Taylor specializes in working with children with neuromuscular disorders and with children in pediatric orthopedic rehabilitation. He enjoys working with siblings to enhance the overall therapy experience for each child and his or her family. Taylor’s prior work experiences include the Birth to Three Model, school-based physical therapy, and outpatient rehabilitation. He is passionate about pediatric therapy because of his two sisters with neuromuscular disabilities; they are his inspiration. In his free time, Taylor enjoys playing golf, refereeing basketball and football, and reading.