Meet Our Team

  • Jennifer Riley
    Vice President of Operations, Alternate Administrator

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    Jennifer Riley

    Jennifer Riley is one of Texas’ leading advocates for ensuring children who have developmental delays and disabilities gain access to quality therapy services. She collaborates with legislative, government and funding partners to develop sound policy and reimbursement methodology for the home care and therapy industries. She has an extensive background in health and human services, with more than 13 years of experience working in the pediatric home care setting. In more recent years, Jennifer successfully led Sage Care operations through the pediatric therapy industry’s most challenging times to date.

    Jennifer served as vice president of the board and chair of the government affairs and pediatric committees for the Texas Association for Home Care and Hospice (TAHC&H), where she was awarded the TAHC&H Chairperson of the Year Award and the TAHC&H Ida Mae Hebert Meritorious Award. She also serves on the Texas Home Care and Hospice Political Action Committee (PAC) Council.

  • Kelly Abrajano, PT
    Assistant Vice President of Clinical Operations, Director of Therapy

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    Kelly Abrajano, PT

    Kelly Abrajano is a Pediatric Physical Therapist who has served the children at Sage Care since 2010. She currently leads the Sage Care Physical Therapy team and also serves as the Alternate Director of Therapy, assisting the Director with the Occupational and Speech Therapy teams. 

    Since 1997, Kelly has dedicated her career as a Physical Therapist to changing the direction of children’s lives. At Sage Care, she focuses on providing the Physical Therapy team with the guidance and support to provide direct, skilled intervention to children who have medically complex needs. She also serves as a Brand Ambassador for Sage Care’s parent company, ChanceLight Behavioral Health, Therapy & Education.

    Kelly graduated from the Physical Therapy program at Fontys Hogeschool Eindhoven in the Netherlands.

  • Amanda Finger
    Assistant Vice President of Administrative Operations, Administrator and Director of Compliance

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    Amanda Finger

    Amanda Finger researches, develops and implements policies, and performs quality assurance reviews to ensure Sage Care complies with all state and federal laws surrounding home care licensure and billing.

    Amanda has a personal connection to the mission of Sage Care. She is a caring, devoted mom who lost a child who had medically complex needs and who received in-home nursing care and therapy for many years. Amanda uses her experience as the driving force behind one of her main passions, which is serving as an advocate for Sage Care families.

    Amanda, who previously served in law enforcement and as a paralegal, has been a part of the Sage Care team since 2010 and has served in multiple roles within the company. She also serves as a Brand Ambassador for Sage Care’s parent company, ChanceLight™ Behavioral Health, Therapy & Education.

  • Casey Bye Burcalow, OTR
    Lead Occupational Therapist, Alternate Director of Therapy

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    Casey Bye Burcalow, OTR

    Casey Burcalow oversees the daily operations of the Occupational Therapy team to ensure children and families receive the care they need.

    She has been an Occupational Therapist for more than 20 years and joined Sage Care in 2010. Casey has an extensive background in pediatrics and spent the first 10 years treating medically complex patients at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children. In addition to treating children with complex diagnoses including congenital and traumatic multiple limb loss, she also developed the hospital’s inpatient Occupational Therapy program and served as the liaison for the Occupational Therapy programs at four Texas universities. Casey has served on safety committees throughout Dallas with the goal of raising awareness of safety for children with special needs.

    She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational Therapy with a minor in Psychology at Texas Woman’s University.

  • Tom Harris
    Assistant Vice President Business Development

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    Tom Harris

    Tom Harris is responsible for developing and implementing strategies to enhance the growth of Sage Care. He joined the organization in 2011 and leads efforts to increase awareness of the therapy services Sage Care provides. Tom graduated from Oklahoma City University with a degree in Business Management.

    He is a member of the Early Childhood Consortium of North Texas (ECCNT), a professional group that meets regularly to provide resources for children and their families. He also serves as a brand ambassador for Sage Care’s parent company, ChanceLight Behavioral Health, Therapy & Education.

  • Whitney R. Davis, PT, DPT
    Lead Physical Therapist

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    Whitney R. Davis, PT, DPT

    Whitney Davis is a Pediatric Physical Therapist who has served the children at Sage Care Therapy since 2014. As the Lead Physical Therapist she oversees the daily operations of the Sage Care Physical Therapy team to ensure children and families receive the care they need.

    She is a patient oriented, outcome focused, Physical Therapist with over eight years of successful clinical and professional experience. She leverages her formal education, diverse field experience and inclusive leadership to effectively manage superior customer care and positively influence patient outcomes in rehabilitation. She started her career at Children’s Medical Center Dallas and transitioned to the home health setting in 2012.

    Whitney graduated with a Doctorate in Physical Therapy from UTSW Medical Center in 2010.

  • Lori King, M.S./CCC-SLP
    Lead Speech-Language Pathologist

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    Lori King, M.S./CCC-SLP

    Lori King is a Pediatric Speech-Language Pathologist who has served the children at Sage Care Therapy since 2013. As the Lead Speech-Language Pathologist, she oversees the daily operations of the Sage Care Speech Therapy team to ensure children and families receive the care they need.

    She has been a Speech-Language Pathologist for over 14 years and has experience working with children in various settings including early childhood intervention, outpatient pediatric clinics, NICU/inpatient pediatrics, and home health. Her passion is working with children with feeding and swallowing disorders as it allows her an opportunity to work closely with other team members including pediatricians, GI doctors, nutritionists, occupational therapists, and especially parents and caregivers.

    Lori graduated with a Masters of Science from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

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