About Keystone

“Whatever you do, do it for the glory of God.”
–  1 Corinthians 10:31

Get To Know The Owner

Aireal Ishola, OTR/L

Aireal is the owner and founder of Keystone Pediatric Therapy, LLC located in the heart of Anderson Township. She is also the treating occupational therapist. Aireal brings with her a wealth of experience and has worked in a variety of practice settings throughout her OT career.  Aireal grew up in Columbus, OH where she went to high school and college and graduated from Ohio Dominican University. After taking a year off, she decided to attend graduate school to become a licensed occupational therapist. Aireal proudly accepted an offer into the occupational therapy program at American International College in Massachusetts. Here, she discovered her passion for working with children. After graduation, Aireal moved back to Columbus where she met her husband and started her OT journey.

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Aireal has had the pleasure of working with a wide array of clientele from adult rehabilitation to early childhood intervention. Although she specializes in sensory processing, fine motor development, and mindfulness, Aireal also has extensive training in trauma informed care and trained in the highly acclaimed SOS Approach to Feeding. Aireal uses this evidenced-based, a highly specialized technique to provide feeding therapy to children struggling with or having eating difficulties.  

 

Aireal's core mission for Keystone is to provide families with honest, morally driven, and skilled occupational therapy services. Keystone is a faith-based business and welcomes all people from all backgrounds.

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Aireal Ishola, MOT, OTR/L

Owner/Founder, Occupational Therapist

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Sydney Yulo, OTR/L

Occupational Therapist

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Sara Rozow, COTA

Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant/Licensed

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Karena Skibinski, MOTR/L

Occupational Therapist

The Keystone Therapy Team

What is a Keystone?

Keystone simply means the stone at the center of a crown/arch, that locks or keeps the other pieces together. It is literally the stone in which the other stones depend on. If you take away the keystone, the arch collapses. Each stone supports its neighboring stone. It is a beautiful way to think about family or community. We all need each other. This is how I choose to run my practice.

How can Keystone help you?

Keystone Pediatric Therapy utilizes clinical skills to improve an area of life that you or your child is struggling in. We are trained to help with things like: feeding difficulties (picky eaters and problem feeders), developmental delays, fine motor delays (weak hand/upper-body, coordination, poor handwriting, difficulty using utensils), visual-perception difficulties, difficulty with teeth brushing, toileting, dressing oneself, sensory processing difficulties, emotional regulation (including big feelings/tantrumsand SO MUCH MORE! We are happy to provide services in your home, at your child's daycare/school, in the new clinic located in Anderson Township, or via Telehealth (online).  For more information, see our full services page.