Improving the Lives of Elders

Person-Centered and Functional Therapy

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We have a big mission!

Gray Matter Therapy is on a mission to improve elder care. We believe that therapy services can and should provide our elders with functional, life changing gains. We support therapists in doing the right thing at the right time for their patients. We believe intervening early can conquer our patients’ challenges later and maximize their quality of life. We believe in assessing whether a rehabilitation or habilitation approach is most beneficial for our patients. Whether we are advocating for ethics in the SNF setting or supporting functional interventions for patients, Gray Matter Therapy believes patients should be at the center of our clinical decision making. Always.


Patient and family education handouts, treatment tools, inservice materials, and more to help you deliver fun and functional therapy.


Featuring posts on evidence-based practice therapy service delivery, functional treatment tips, and advocating for person-centered care.

Research Tuesday

Join therapy bloggers and readers across the country on a monthly journey of blogging and reading about recent research in our field.

SNF Ethics

If you’ve got questions, we’ve got answers to help you advocate for ethical care for our elders and better workplace environments.

What Therapists Like You are Saying

We are so thankful to have wonderful fans. Gray Matter Therapy wouldn’t be here without our fantastic readers. Check out what other people are saying about Gray Matter Therapy.

Testimonial by Cyndee Bowen
Cyndee Bowen, SLP

Remember the name: Rachel Wynn. Rachel is a talented SLP, and I have no doubt her name will be well known in our field in years to come!

Testimonial by Erik Raj
Erik Raj, SLP

Wow! Totally digging her posts. I just read a post and it was so spot on.

Testimonial by Karah
Karah, SLP

We just wanted to stay thank you, because without you getting the ball rolling, I don’t think we would be so outspoken with our supervisors.