Susan Baker as 41 years of experience as a physical therapy assistant. As a dedicated professional, Susan is most interested in discovering what the patients want with their therapy and helping them achieve these personal goals. Susan feels the most fulfilled when patients continue with their aquatic therapy as open swimmers, and seeing positive results of consistent exercise. She received her Associates in Science as a Physical Therapist Assistant in 1976 from Springfield Technical Community College in Springfield, Massachusetts. Following completion from this degree she worked in pediatric neurodevelopmental Physical Therapy until 2003. Pediatric physical therapy included aquatic and hippotherapy program development for Eater Seals Rehabilitation of Central Ohio and Delaware County board of mental retardation/developmental delay. Courses of study included Nancy Finney’s handling the Young CP Child at home, multiple NDT for pediatrics courses, and studying with Mary Massery “If you can’t breathe, you can’t function”. More recently, focus of training and clinical practice has been Aquatic Therapy, including teaching classes in gentle/moderate aquatic exercise and Ai Chi. Susan's Vision..."To have the pool be a healing place."