Speech & Feeding Therapies | Physical Therapy | Occupational Therapy | Educational Therapy | Contract Services

Raleigh Therapy Services provides the following services:

  • FREE Screenings (Please note that screenings are not the same as a full evaluation.  Screenings are merely a snapshot of the child’s skills and take approximately 10-15 minutes.  Evaluations provide a much more in depth look at the child’s current level of function.  Evaluations are billed to your insurance provider and/or you.)
  • Evaluations of disorders/delays
  • Written evaluation reports
  • Individualized treatment plans
  • Periodic progress reports and re-evaluation reports
  • Home Exercise Programs
  • Unique team approach, offering co-treatment with Speech, OT, and PT
  • Play-based Strategies
  • Parent/teacher meetings to discuss the client’s goals, progress, and carryover strategies
  • In-services by qualified professionals to childcare facilities, preschools, and other community venues on various topics related to speech and language therapy, physical therapy, and occupational therapy
  • Literacy Enrichment Programs and Language-Based Learning Disabilities Intervention
  • Consultation services to educators, parents, and other professionals
  • Hablemos español


Serving Area Schools and Child Care Facilities:

Raleigh Therapy Services provides on-campus speech-language, occupational, and physical therapy services at numerous Triangle area schools and child care facilities.

From public charter schools and private education establishments to licensed child care centers and early education programs like Head Start, our pediatric therapy practice is able to accommodate customized contractual agreements.

Our on-campus therapists serve children of all ages including:

  • Conducting hearing screenings
  • Completing evaluations on all children identified
  • Providing speech and language therapy in English and Spanish
  • Performing treatment services in accordance with state and federal guidelines
  • Developing Individualized Education Plans (IEP) and participate in benchmark meetings
  • Collaborating with other professionals and parents
  • Completing required documentation in accordance with Department of Public Instruction (DPI) guidelines
  • Working closely with the schools’ Exceptional Children’s Directors