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Therapy Matters, Inc.

Phone (602)790-8923

Fax: (480)718-7657

School Services


Are you a school seeking professional services for your deserving students? Are you a company seeking additional services for your clients? We can assist you in this process and make your day a little easier by taking this stressful task off of your hands and into ours.

We employ Occupational Therapists, Speech Language Pathologists, Speech Language Therapists, Certified Occupational Therapy Assistants, Speech Language Pathology Assistants, Physical Therapists, Physical Therapy Assistants, Special Education Teachers, School Psychologists, School Nurses, School Counselors, and Social Workers who are eager to partner with you and your school.

Teacher for Deaf and Hearing Impaired

Teachers for deaf education provide interpretive services to facilitate communication between students with hearing and/or communication disabilities and other individuals through oral and signed language. These teachers support learning and development in children with hearing loss. Additionally, deaf and hearing impaired teachers utilize current educational and diagnostic practices as they apply to educating sensory impaired students.

School Social Worker

School social workers possess knowledge of human development and behavior. School social workers assist the principal/director in the task of ensuring the coordination of all school social work programs and services. School social workers work with general and special education students and their families to resolve social, emotional, and behavioral problems. School social workers cooperatively plan, implement, administer, and monitor school social work programs and services.

Physical Therapist

Physical therapists are rehabilitation professionals who promote optimal health and functional independence for individuals. Through the application of scientific principles, physical therapists prevent, identify, assess, correct, or alleviate acute or chronic movement dysfunction, physical disability, or pain. They utilize specifically designed exercises and equipment to help patients regain or improve their physical abilities. Additionally, physical therapists promote mobility, function, and quality of life through examination, diagnosis, prognosis, and physical intervention.

Physical Therapy Assistant

Physical therapy assistants (PTAs) promote optimal health and functional independence for individuals. PTAs administer specific physical therapy treatments under the direct supervision of a licensed physical therapist. PTAs assist in restoring function, mobility, and strength through the use of various techniques.

Special Education Teacher

Special education teachers serve both as educators and as advocates for students with special needs. Special education teachers are trained professionals who help children with needs to achieve their highest potential as well as assist them to strive and progress beyond their limitations. Special education teachers are patient, understanding educators dedicated to giving each individual student the tools and guidance needed to help maximize success. Their schedule is divided among planning, instruction, assessing students and managing their individualized education programs (IEPs).

School Counselor

School counselors are vital members of the education team and provide valuable assistance to students. School counselors assist students in areas of academic achievement and personal, social, emotional, and physical development. Additionally, school counselors provide all students preventative and responsive services and activities delivered through various program components including classroom guidance curriculum, individual planning, responsive services, and support systems.

School Nurse

School nurses are responsible for giving leadership and guidance in the school community while overseeing school health policies and programs. The school nurse provides expertise and oversight for the provision of school health services and promotion of health education. The school nurse uses knowledge and judgement in providing health care to students and staff, performs health screenings, and coordinates referrals to healthcare providers. The school nurse serves as a liaison between school personnel, family, community, and healthcare providers to advocate for health care and a healthy school environment.

School Psychology

School psychologists provide effective services to help children and youth succeed academically, socially, behaviorally, and emotionally. School psychologists provide direct educational and mental health services for children and youth, as well as work with parents, educators, and other professionals to create supportive learning and social environments for all children. School psychologists apply their knowledge of both psychology and education during consultation and collaboration with others.

Speech Therapy

Speech and language pathology is concerned with issues surrounding human speech and language communication disorders. Providers assess speech, language, cognitive-communication, and oral/feeding/swallowing skills to identify types of communication problems and the best way to treat them. There are multiple methods of human communication using all human senses both nonverbal communication (such as facial expression, posture and gesture), and verbal communication.

Speech/Language Pathology Assistant

Speech and language pathology assistants (SLPAs) assist individuals with speech and language communication disorders. SLPAs perform therapy treatments under the supervision of a licensed speech and language pathologist. In fact, SLPAs recommend treatment programs and also assist planning and home instruction.