At Pediatric Therapeutic Services (PTS), we offer holistic special education support services to our partnering school districts. Through our wide range of related services and innovative technologies, we go above and beyond to support students and school administrators.

Occupational Therapists and Certified Occupational Therapy Assistants
Occupational Therapists help students access their education through play, learning, and socializing. They help students improve their ability to draw and write legibly, manipulate tools (like scissors), attend to tasks, and organize their work.
Supporting Students at Different Stages
Physical Therapists help students with physical and motor skills disabilities feel comfortable and supported in their physical environment. They can help students with activities like getting on and off the school bus, safely navigating stairs, curves, and ramps, and maintaining a sitting posture.
Disabilities a Speech-Language Pathologist Can Help With
SLPs allow students to improve their ability to participate in class by helping them grow their communication skills, including articulation, language, and more. They primarily assist students who have speech or language barriers that prevent them from understanding and participating in classroom instruction.
Behavior Specialist Consultant Jobs
Behavioral health providers establish protocols to ensure that students are supported by the appropriate specialist. The PTS Behavioral Health team includes Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs), Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analysts (BCaBAs), Behavior Specialist Consultants (BSCs), and Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs).
School Counselors
Mental health providers deliver a range of services to improve students’ mental health and emotional well-being. They conduct comprehensive evaluations and consultations, provide individual and group counseling, develop targeted interventions, and more. The PTS Mental Health team includes School Counselors, Social Workers, and Licensed Certified Mental Health Professionals (LCMHPs).
PTS Can Help You Add a School Psychologist to Your Team
School Psychologists provide expert guidance and consultation services to school districts. They specialize in supporting students who present learning or behavioral problems, mental health challenges, specific disabilities, and other conditions.
Other services PTS offers include School Nurses, Interpreters, Assistive Technology Specialists, Special Education Teachers, Orientation and Mobility Specialists, Teachers of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, and Teachers of the Visually Impaired.