CULTIVATING BEHAVIOR THAT HEALS THE BODY AND CALMS THE MIND.
ABOUT THE BEEHAVEN
The Bee Haven Pediatric Wellness Center is an alternate approach to care that meets the physical, social, and emotional needs of children, primarily those with special needs. Our all-inclusive pediatric wellness center will offer services incorporating the core elements of
CREATIVITY, RELAXATION, & SOCIALIZATION.
“Our goal is to cultivate behavior that heals the body and calms the mind. “
Get in touch with us to find out more.
A collaboration of licensed, certified, and non-licensed individuals and volunteers all with one goal ...
"To help meet the unique needs of the children we serve".
Jenn Gunn, MS, OTR/L, PP-OTD/S
Jennifer is a pediatric occupational therapist who grew up in Bradenton. She is married to her husband, Alan, and they have a son named Jaiden. Jennifer is actively engaged in the community as a foster family. She and her husband also volunteer with Young Life, a ministry to high school students, as well as Capernaum, which is Young Life’s ministry to kids with disabilities.
Jennifer holds a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature from the University of Florida and a Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy from Florida Gulf Coast University. She is currently pursuing her post-professional doctorate in Occupational Therapy from Baylor University where she serves as an adjunct lecturer. Jennifer will graduate in December 2023. She loves animals, reading, travel, and good coffee- her favorite local coffee is Banyan Coffee from Orange Blossom! Jennifer is passionate about inclusion and community. Her clinical interests include sensory integration, trauma-informed care, and mental health in pediatrics.
LaTia is a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner with over 18 years of experience in Pediatric Health. Peds have ALWAYS been her PASSION as evidenced by her career experience, foster care and adoptive parent journeys, and a mother of 4! She is married to her husband, Davon who shares the same passion for youth.
LaTia holds a Bachelor's degree in Nursing from Coppin State University and a Master's degree in Nursing from Maryville University. In addition to children, LaTia is loves to travel and is an advocate for wellness and self-care!
Her interest in serving families of children with unique abilities is inspired by her adopted son, Dylan who was her first medical foster child at age 7 months that became part of her forever family at age 3.
LaTia is a strong advocate with a BIG voice for the most precious and vulnerable population.