About Our Staff

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Kate W. Singles, MSS, LCSW

Kate is the president of Pinwheels Early Childhood Therapy Center and co-founder of Pinwheels Developmental and Therapeutic Services, Inc. In 2001 Kate completed her Bachelor of Science in Psychology degree from St. Joseph’s University, Philadelphia PA. Kate graduated from Bryn Mawr College with a Master of Social Service (M.S.S) degree in 2004. It was during her time at Bryn Mawr College that Kate was introduced to Early Intervention. In 2009 Kate completed post graduate studies in Infant Mental Health (IMH) through Chatham University in Pittsburgh. For over a decade Kate worked as both a Special Instructor and Social Worker in Early Intervention before focusing her time on the daily operations of Pinwheels DTS, Inc. and Pinwheels Outpatient Therapy Center. Kate considers parent and child relationship development her career passion and infuses the Infant Mental Health philosophies of relationship building and security into the mission of Pinwheels DTS. Kate lives in Delaware County, PA with her husband and daughter. She loves spending time with her family, watching HGTV, and reading vampire books in her spare time.
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Megan R. Keeler, M.ED

Megan is the president of Pinwheels Developmental and Therapeutic Services and co-founder of Pinwheels Early Childhood Therapy Center. Born in Costa Rica, Megan learned English and Spanish simultaneously and has made it her life’s work to provide outreach to the Spanish speaking community of southeastern Pennsylvania. She graduated with a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from American University in 2000 and a Master’s degree in Early Childhood Education from West Chester University in 2007. In 2009 Megan completed post graduate studies in Infant Mental Health (IMH) through Chatham University in Pittsburgh. Megan worked as a bilingual Early Intervention Special Instructor in both Chester and Delaware counties for over a decade and currently serves as a board member of the Kennett Square Family Center in Chester County. As an interventionist, her special interests include working with teen parents and bridging culture and language in her work with Latino families. While currently focusing on early intervention operations at Pinwheels DTS, Megan enjoys supporting her colleagues in their service to families. Megan lives in Delaware County with her husband, daughter, and overly pampered golden doodle. She enjoys hiking with her family, even if they like mud a lot more than she does.

Jane Bunting, PT-Physical Therapy Supervisor

Jane Bunting has been a practicing physical therapist for over 25 years. She received her BS in Physical Therapy from Thomas Jefferson School of Allied Health Sciences in 1989. Jane also received a BA in History from the University of San Francisco in 1977. Jane is a certified yoga instructor and a First Aid Wilderness First Responder. She has done coursework in Neurodevelopmental Training (NDT) and pediatric gait analysis. Jane began her career at Crozer Chester Medical Center in Upland, Pennsylvania, as a generalist interested in treating adults with chronic pain. Her work with children began in 1994 when she joined the Delaware County Intermediate Unit in their physical support classes. Since then she has developed a pediatric practice that includes the treatment of medically fragile infants and those with developmental delays as well as cerebral palsy. Jane has a special interest in developing sports opportunities for young people with disabilities. She was instrumental in the creation of and sits on the advisory committee for Philadelphia Power Play, an award winning power wheelchair floor hockey team. Jane has two married sons and two granddaughters. She presently resides in Lenni, Penna. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, reading, walking/running and travelling to visit her granddaughters.

Angela Cure, M.A. CCC-SLP, BCBA-Clinical Director

Angie Cure has been a practicing speech therapist for 10 years. In 2004 she graduated with a Master’s degree in Communicative Disorders from the University of Central Florida. While working on her Master’s degree she also completed coursework to obtain a certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis and became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst in 2004 as well. In 2012, she became a VitalStim® Therapy Certified Provider. Angie began her career at Health First Pediatric Rehabilitative Services in Florida. Since then she has worked at a variety of pediatric outpatient clinics in Florida and Texas and has provided speech and behavior therapy in home based and community settings. She has also provided supervision to speech interns, assistants, and clinical fellows, as well as individuals pursuing certification in applied behavior analysis, while serving as Director of Therapy Services in a speech and behavior clinic in Texas. In addition to treating all types of diagnoses, Angie has a special interest in working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and children with feeding difficulties. Angie lives in Havertown with her husband and son.