Group and Individual School-Based Services for Communities Near Bradenton, Sarasota, and Lakewood Ranch, FL
Therapeutic Potentials, Inc. provides group and individual therapy services within public, charter, and private schools, plus daycare and preschool facilities throughout Manatee and Sarasota counties in southwestern Florida. Through our school-based services and programs—including speech language pathology and occupational therapy—we help students expand their learning, health and development, social skills, and overall well-being.
Children who can benefit from school-based services live with conditions such as:
Why Choose School-Based Services?
If you’re a parent, teacher, or school administrator who cares for students with special needs, we encourage you to consider school-based services. Students with access to school-based services can expect benefits such as:
If you know a child who could benefit from individual or group therapy, our team is here to help with customized, cost-efficient, and compassionate care.
School-Based Services Benefit Students, Families, and Communities
At TPI, our Speech Language Pathologists and Occupational Therapists are uniquely trained in school-based services for children of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities. We tailor our services to meet the specific needs and goals of each student within the greater context of their school, community, and home environments.
In addition to undergoing advanced training within their specific fields, our speech language pathologists and occupational therapists work closely with other health care providers, parents, educators, and community stakeholders to create plans of care that will help each child feel successful in school and life.
Take a look at some of the services and solutions we provide:
Assessments for IEP and Service Plan
Our therapy team at TPI Speech language pathologists and occupational therapists are often involved in the implementation and progression of Individualized Educational Programs (IEPs) and Service Plans, which seek to ensure that all children with disabilities receive the specialized instructions and services they need to succeed. We can also assess your child to determine if they are eligible for an IEP or related service.
Student Communication, Hearing, Motor, and Developmental Screenings
Occupational therapists and speech language pathologists (also called speech therapists) play essential roles in identifying, treating, and monitoring the well-being of our communities’ youngest members. OTs and SLPs are experts in key areas related to childhood development, including language, learning, thinking, gross and fine motor skills, sensory processing, and hearing.
If your child or a student you know exhibits delays in one or more of these developmental areas, our team at TPI can help identify the child’s unique opportunities for improvement. We also provide childhood screening services that promote earlier intervention, which can improve your child’s outcomes.
Individual and Group Therapy
Whether your child is working on their gross motor skills, social skills, language skills, problem solving skills, or something else, school-based individual or group therapy can help them develop mastery and confidence that will carryover into all areas of life. Both group and individual therapy offer important benefits for students with special needs.
Interdisciplinary TEAM Approach
At TPI, we rely on evidence-based practices to deliver high quality educational opportunities for our students and fellow caregivers. We implement the Interdisciplinary TEAM Approach for generalization and carryover of student goals, along with TEAM training opportunities and in-services for teachers and support staff. We fully support local schools in their missions to create a culture of education, inclusivity, and equal access for all students.
See Your Students Succeed
If you are a school director interested in working with our speech language pathologists and occupational therapists, or if you’d like to learn more about our comprehensive screenings, assessments, in-services, and other school-based services, contact TPI at 941-758-3140.