Front Range Pediatric Therapies

Tyson Wollert

VP of Growth and Development

I am a Colorado native and grew up on my family’s ranch in Lamar CO. My mom is a nurse so my roots are grounded in the healthcare sector.  I received my undergraduate degree in psychology from CSU Pueblo and began my career in pediatric group homes, community mental health, and the State Hospital in Pueblo.  Since 2005, my focus has been on home healthcare, specializing in the care of children with special needs.

My academic journey includes studies in healthcare administration and strategic healthcare leadership at Oklahoma State University, and Denver University.  As a non-clinician in the healthcare industry, I embrace a servant-leadership role with a focus on client satisfaction. My passion lies in supporting families, gathering feedback for continuous improvement, and collaborating with our teams and communities to eliminate obstacles for clinicians, allowing them to dedicate themselves to therapy. 

Guided by the clinician and client-centric culture instilled by our founder Julie Herndon, I am honored to contribute to its thriving continuation. We are excited to expand therapy services to families across the state of Colorado, with the understanding that we are doing so while upholding and maintaining client and clinician focused culture. We are currently engaging with providers, payors, and networks statewide.  I am dedicated to enhancing the quality of care for children in need of healthcare services. I’m always open to conversations and love learning more about resources available so please reach out! 

Beyond my professional focus, my life revolves around four children, (and four dogs) including an active 11-year-old boy and three teenage daughters. I am grateful for the support of my amazing wife who is a nurse and understands the demands of the healthcare industry. Together, we enjoy golfing, skiing, playing music, traveling, and just being together.