Special Education Therapy

    Here at SpecialEdTherapy, our family of therapists works to offer services for children (toddlers to 12th grade) who have medical and developmental needs. As one of the leading educational service organizations, we pride ourselves in offering a full spectrum of solutions that work in tandem to improve a child's ability to succeed at home, at school, and within the community, as a whole.

• Physical Therapy (PT):  Works to improve muscle strength, movement, muscle tone, hand-eye coordination, and dexterity
• Occupational Therapy (OT):  Helps achieve body awareness and self regulation, master activities of daily living (ADLs) as well as the development of fine motor, organizational, and social skills.  
• Speech Therapy (SLP):  Aids in helping improve articulation, modify and develop feeding strategies, address fluency issues or stuttering, provide techniques to address expressive and receptive language impairment, or develop alternate communication strategies for children unable to speak
• ABA:  Offers high-quality solutions for children with a wide range of diagnoses, including autism spectrum and other behavioral disorders. We offer comprehensive district and clinic based therapy for children from birth to 18 years of age with a diagnosis of Autism
• School Psychologist:  Advocates for the educational and social needs of children with medical conditions, facilitates effective collaboration among educational professionals, parents, and pediatric care providers; and collaborates with educational professionals in the design of health promotion and risk prevention programs.
• School Nursing: Administer routine medications, caring for a child with a virus, or stabilizing a child until emergency services arrive after a more serious injury may all be a part of the job requirements.
• Special Education Teacher - Works with students who have a wide range of learning, mental, emotional, and physical disabilities. They adapt general education lessons and teach various subjects, such as reading, writing, and math, to students with mild and moderate disabilities.