Meet the TLC Team
Jenny Domiano, MOT, LOTR
-Founder & Owner
Jenny graduated from Stephen F. Austin State University with a bachelor's degree in Rehabilitation Services. She then went on to earn her Master's degree from Texas Woman's University in Houston. Jenny has worked as an occupational therapist for 22 years in a variety of practice areas including mental health, brain injury rehabilitation, ergonomics, and pediatrics, where she has truly found her calling. She has worked extensively with children at Children's Hospital, as an Early Steps provider, in schools, and at our outpatient clinic. Her pediatric specialties include feeding, sensory processing, handwriting, and behavior modification. Jenny is a mom of two daughters and is committed to working with families to make therapy both enjoyable and meaningful for the whole family.
Megan Raymond, MOT, LOTR
Megan began her journey at TLC in February of 2017. She graduated from Louisiana State University – Baton Rouge with a bachelor's degree in Kinesiology. She then earned her Masters in Occupational Therapy at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center – Shreveport. She began working as an outpatient pediatric OT at Tulane in 2015. Through her education and experience thus far, Megan has worked in multiple settings with children to improve their functional independence. She has taken continuing education to treat for sensory feeding, torticollis, visual motor difficulties, and uses the Handwriting Without Tears protocol. Megan believes in communicating with families and teachers to facilitate a team based collaboration. Megan works full time for TLC treating clients individually and managing the TLC therapists schedules, staffing, and assisting with any problems that arise. She loves spending time with her husband, Alex, daughter, Julia, and dog, Rocky, in addition to traveling, and trying new recipes.
Amanda H. Duhe, MOT, LOTR
Amanda began her journey at TLC in April of 2018. She graduated from Louisiana State University with a Bachelors degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with a specific concentration in psychology, biology, and anthropology. She then earned her Master’s of Occupational Therapy at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center - New Orleans in 2018. Amanda is trained in an evidence based developmental approach to the pediatric brain and specializes in early childhood development. She uses this foundation to address a variety of client needs to facilitate development and optimal functioning in a variety of areas including sensory based feeding, self-care independence, educational performance, developmental play, and social emotional regulation skill sets. Amanda believes in taking a holistic and family centered approach to meet the needs of both the client and family as a unit. Amanda works full time treating clients individually and handles all coordinations of our programs. In her free time, Amanda enjoys spending time with her family and her sweet puppy!
Kiana Kiyohara, MOT, LOTR
Kiana began her journey at TLC in Spring of 2019. She graduated from the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. She then earned her Master’s in Occupational Therapy at the University of Southern California (USC) in 2018. She has over ten years of providing childcare to local families with children ranging from newborn to early teens, and has a solid background in physical, cognitive, and social development. Kiana has a strong passion for working with the pediatric population, and found the perfect blend of the arts and sciences in occupational therapy. She is dedicated to maximizing the quality of patient outcomes through evidence- based research and client-centered treatment approaches, and hopes to use her profession to make a meaningful difference in people’s lives. Kiana treats for TLC full time between our Metairie clinic and the school system with individual clients and groups.
Miller Killgore, MOT, LOTR
Miller began her journey at TLC in September of 2020. She is a Louisiana native who received her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from Louisiana State University. She received her master’s degree in Occupational Therapy from The University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in St Augustine, Florida in 2017. She began her journey as an occupational therapist at an outpatient pediatric clinic in Baton Rouge. Throughout her pediatric career, Miller has gained significant experience in sensory processing skills, social skills, feeding, and motor development . When she was in Florida at The University of St. Augustine, Miller volunteered with Brooks Adaptive Sports and assisted disabled individuals with adaptive clay shooting, horseback riding, sports, and other activities. Miller loves working with children and their families while taking a holistic approach in order to promote greater independence and increased participation in daily activities. Miller treats full time for TLC between individual sessions and groups at both Metairie and Elmwood clinics, in addition to working with our Building Blocks program and treats at one of our contracted acute pediatric daycares. In her free time, Miller enjoys spending time with her family and friends, reading, and being outdoors.
Mia Piazza, MOT, LOTR
Mia began her journey at TLC in Spring of 2021. She graduated from the University of Louisiana at Monroe with a bachelor's degree in Health Studies and a minor in Psychology. She then earned her Master's in Occupational Therapy from the University of St. Augustine in December 2020. Her fieldwork experiences ranged from an inpatient rehabilitation center to a specialty ALS clinic, both of which allowed her to work with a diverse set of patients across the lifespan. From a young age, Mia volunteered in groups that allowed her to connect deeply with children with disabilities. Her experiences volunteering for organizations like Brooks Adaptive Sports and Surfers with Autism sparked her desire to foster greater inclusivity in her community and any work setting she enters. She looks forward to starting a career in pediatrics and strives to be a lifelong learner in occupational therapy. Mia treats full time between our Building Blocks program, school system, and individual clients and groups at our Metairie clinic. In her free time, she enjoys spending quality time with her family and friends, traveling, and trying new restaurants.
Alex Grandonico, OTD, LOTR
Alex began her journey with TLC in Summer of 2021. She received her bachelors degree in exercise science at the University of Southern Mississippi. She went on to earn her doctorate of occupational therapy degree at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. Originally from Ocean Springs, MS, she was thrilled to begin her professional career in New Orleans. Alex entered occupational therapy school knowing she wanted to work in pediatrics after completing a pediatric occupational therapy capstone while attending USM. After completing her first fieldwork rotation at TLC, she was ecstatic about the opportunity to begin her career and continue to learn from such amazing therapists! Alex believes in making therapy as fun as possible while also incorporating evidence-based practice into each treatment session. She loves working closely with families to ensure that every child is reaching their full potential. Alex works part time between the school system and treating individual clients and groups between our Metairie and Elmwood clinics. In her free time, Alex enjoys spending time with friends and family, exercising, traveling to the beach, and going to concerts.
Jane Perrin Mayer, OTD, LOT
Jane Perrin Mayer began her journey at TLC in September of 2021. She received her bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science at Gardner-Webb University while she was a member of the D1 soccer program. She then earned her doctoral degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of Mississippi Medical Center. Jane Perrin completed her fieldwork at an outpatient Pediatric Clinic and her capstone at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Lower School in Jackson, MS. Growing up, Jane Perrin enjoyed working with children by leading summer camps, teaching swim team, and babysitting. Jane Perrin loves building relationships with families and believes in the importance of family-centered care. She finds fulfillment in guiding children to reach their full potential and success in everyday activities. Jane Perrin treats part time between the school system and individual clients/groups at both Metairie and Elmwood clinics. In her free time, she enjoys hanging out with friends/family, exercising, traveling, and trying new restaurants.
Danielle Hofman, PT
Danielle began her journey with TLC in Spring of 2021. She was born and raised in New Orleans. She is a graduate of Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center and has been a practicing pediatric physical therapist in the Baton Rouge area for over 25 years. She has worked in a variety of settings including out-patient, NICU, Early Steps and the school system. She has experience with a wide variety of diagnoses such as developmental delay, torticollis, cerebral palsy, spina bifida, muscular dystrophy, low muscle tone, autism spectrum disorder, toe- walking, balance and coordination disorders and numerous neurological and orthopedic conditions. She is NDT trained and is certified in infant massage. She treats part time between our Metairie and Elmwood clinics. Danielle’s husband was recently transferred to New Orleans and Danielle is happy to have returned home! They have 4 grown children (all in college) and are enjoying their new empty nest in “The Big Easy!”
Sydnie Cole, PT, DPT
Sydnie began her journey with TLC in August of 2021. She graduated from Louisiana State University-Baton Rouge with a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology. She then earned her doctorate in physical therapy at the University of South Alabama in Mobile, Alabama. She has worked in outpatient pediatric clinics in Baton Rouge and New Orleans as well as EarlySteps early intervention in both cities. She has extensive experience with children ages 0–18 years with a wide variety of diagnoses. She loves working with children and their families to provide the most optimal outcome possible. She uses evidence-based interventions and protocols to guide treatment plans to help reach the goals of each individual child and their family. Sydnie treats part time between the school system and sees individual clients at both Metairie and Elmwood clinics. She loves spending time with her husband, their two small children, and friends on the weekends.