Achieve Pediatric Therapy

Here’s our team of wonderful therapists. We all hold our Master’s degree in our respective fields and are licensed by the state of Texas. We actively seek to gain knowledge in the latest therapy techniques, ideas, and strategies through completion of continuing education courses on a regular basis. All of our Occupational, Physical, and Speech therapists work together to provide the best outcomes for each child. We all love what we do!


Susan Sparks Susan Sparks graduated from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center with a Masters of Occupational Therapy degree.   During graduate school, Susan met two great friends who went on to be the founders of Achieve, and 9 years later, the opportunity landed for Susan to join Achieve as a director of the Lubbock clinic. Susan chose OT because she wanted to feel a connection with her patients and know she was making a difference in the lives of others.  She places a high value on empowering her patients on their journeys to discover their strengths and capabilities.  Susan is dedicated to ensuring that the quality of care provided in Lubbock reflects her attitude and passion for pediatric therapy.

“Child development does not mean developing your child into the person you think they should be, but helping them develop into the best person they are meant to be.”~ Toni Sorenson

Erica Tally and Caroline Morlan

Clinic owners and founders Erica Tally and Caroline Morlan knew early on in their careers that they wanted to provide the very best Pediatric Therapy by centering it on clients, families and education. Erica and Caroline brought together their ideas and experiences and established Achieve Pediatric Therapy & Rehab in September 2012 in Cedar Park, TX. Both are graduates from Texas Tech University HSC Master of Occupational Therapy program. From providing exceptional care to children and families, to creating a work environment that both nurtures professional growth and supports their team of therapists, Erica and Caroline remain dedicated to ensuring that the quality of care provided is a reflection of their attitude and passion for pediatric therapy.