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Occupational/Physical Therapy

Under IDEA, eligible students with disabilities may receive occupational therapy or physical therapy as a related service if the student needs it to benefit from special education.

Occupational Therapy: In school settings, occupational therapists and occupational therapy assistants support student learning and behavior by focusing on participation in academic, nonacademic, extracurricular, and vocational activities and routines, including the use of adaptive or assistive technology, as well as activities of daily living, such as life skills, needed for school success and transition.

Physical Therapy: School-based physical therapists assess the gross motor skills of students with atypical development including balance, coordination, posture, and mobility within the school environment. They identify possible architectural barriers; evaluate seating and positioning needs; provide equipment recommendations.

Occupational Therapists:
                  

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Bethany Polnyj polnyjb@aotinc.com   
Mary Ammon ammonm@aotinc.com  
Chad Bender benderc@aotinc.com  
 
Physical Therapist:
                 

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Kelsey Kelleher kelleherk@aotinc.com