Let Me!, LLC was founded in 2016 by JD Chu, a Physical Therapist and his wife Robyn Chu, an Occupational Therapist. Back in 2008 they started a Therapy Services Clinic in Rescue CA. What was once a small home-based business blossomed into something much bigger. They have had therapists from across the country join the Growing Healthy Children team and are blessed to continue to grow and help children within our community and beyond.
Out of this, JD, who is the Assistive Technology Coordinator at GHC, saw a need to help service those in our community and outlying areas. To help fulfill this need, he and Robyn created Let Me!, LLC
Who we are:
JD Chu, MA, MSPT, CSCS, Assistive Technology Coordinator
JD attended Saint Mary's College for his undergraduate degree in Communications. He then taught and coached tennis and track and field for Redwood Christian High School in the Bay Area and provided personal training services for adults and teens. He continued his education at San Jose State University, obtaining a master's degree in Kinesiology. JD finished his second master's degree in physical therapy at Sacramento State University in December of 2007. Since then, he has worked in acute care and outpatient services for Marshall Hospital while working with children with special needs for GHC. He completed his certification in Assistive Technology Applications through CSU Northridge, along with continuing education in the DIR/Floortime approach in March 2011. He brings a wealth of knowledge and skills to help students reach their academic and physical potential.
Robyn Chu, MOT, OTR/L
Robyn earned her undergraduate degree in psychology with a biological emphasis from the University of California at Davis. During that time, she worked with children with special needs in a variety of jobs, as a swim lesson instructor, coach, nanny, and instructional assistant for an applied behavior analysis program for children with autism. Robyn continued on in her education obtaining her master's degree in occupational therapy from Samuel Merritt College in Oakland, CA in 2005. Her work experience includes Shriners Hospital in Sacramento and the El Dorado County Office of Education as an Occupational Therapist and then the Lead Occupational Therapist. Robyn completed both the Level 1 and 2 intensive mentorship programs through the Sensory Processing Disorder Foundation in Colorado and has been successfully treating SPD for the last eight years using the techniques and research taught through the SPD Foundation.