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Our mission is to help students through their developmental stages within their educational environments. With our services and academic support your program will be prepared to meet the broad spectrum of your student population needs. Therapy Care recognizes the profound impact innovative programs and passionate clinicians can have on each of your students’ development. We take great pride helping our academic partners provide the most clinically advanced services based on current research and evidence-based practices.

Therapy Care provides services to students enrolled in public, private, and charter schools/districts, magnet schools, regional educational centers, intermediate units, special education cooperatives, juvenile justice and educational centers, community programs, early intervention and in-home programs.

Finding talented, reliable clinicians is time consuming and resource demanding (intensive). Ensuring the individuals are the right fit for your organization can be even more difficult. Therapy Care removes the administrative burden of finding and retaining the most talented professionals and provides this service efficiently, cost effectively and focused on each of our academic clients’ unique needs.

Therapy Care can provide specialists to fill one position or implement a fully managed department with interim or long-term leadership.

  • Speech-language pathologists
  • Occupational therapists
  • Physical therapists
  • SLPAs, COTAs, PTAs
  • Behavioral specialists
  • Psychologists
  • Social workers
  • School nurses
  • Special education teachers
  • Perm/Interim Director Special Education
  • Perm/Interim Asst. Dir. Special Education
  • Perm/Interim Department Supervisors

We Provide Academic Services!

We take great pride in helping our academic partners address their challenges. Meeting your district’s goals through efficient and economically sensible clinical services is the hallmark by which we measure our success. Contact us today At Batavia, IL Centre for more information.

Additional Clinical Services

  • Developmental screenings
  • Bilingual evaluations
  • Compensatory services
  • Homebound services
  • Assistant and clinical fellow supervision
  • Develop and implement faculty training
  • Assess caseloads and service delivery models
  • Recommend appropriate faculty resources per caseloads
  • Parent education through individual and group meetings

Administrative Support Services

Therapy Care can provide your administration 30 years of experience, insights and expertise in academic settings. Founded by an educator and a clinician, Therapy Care’s depth and breadth of knowledge as an independent partner and advisor is unmatched. Our support services focus on strategies to improve your student service programs with emphasis on optimization of your financial resources through fiscally responsible practices.

Together we will define your administrative challenges, specify goals, and work closely together to develop strategies for effective, outcome-driven solutions. We will build the skill-sets your administration needs to encourage informed decision making, and create a culture that supports the improvement of your student programs.

Some of the strategies we can help you with include:

  • Special Education Program design
  • Service delivery models assessment
  • Staffing level assessment
  • Optimal use of paraprofessionals and assistants
  • Caseload assessment
  • Caseload Management Strategies
  • Management and professional development program development
  • Executive Coaching and Mentoring
  • Regulatory and compliance strategies
  • Transition Services
  • Establishing student/individual outcomes and metrics
  • Family education programs

Additional Clinical Services

  • Developmental screenings
  • Bilingual evaluations
  • Compensatory services
  • Homebound services
  • Assistant and clinical fellow supervision
  • Develop and implement faculty training
  • Assess caseloads and service delivery models
  • Recommend appropriate faculty resources per caseloads
  • Parent education through individual and group meetings
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    Few things are worse than having constant pain in your neck, back, or joints in the morning. Even the easiest things, such as get out of bed or putting on your shoes, can be difficult for those struggling with morning aches and pains.

    Did you know you can improve the function of these parts of your body in the morning with the aid of a physical therapist? Physical therapists can provide you with exercises and stretches to alleviate pain and discomfort. They also help recover the normal range of movement and reduce pain and inflammation.

    To learn more about how a physical therapist can help you achieve the positive start you’re looking for in the morning, keep reading! If you’re dealing with aches and pains, contact Therapy Care to schedule a consultation ASAP.

    The importance of stretching

    Stretching is an important part of one’s daily routine, whether you’re exercising or not. Modern-day life involves a lot of sitting down, from our jobs to our hobbies. Over time, this can lead to tightness and shortening of muscles in areas of the body like the hip flexors, shoulders, chest, and ankles.

    Stretching increases your blood circulation. Muscles require sufficient oxygen and nutrients in order to perform well. Stretching ramps up blood flow and transports oxygen and nutrients.

    Performing daily stretches also heightens your energy levels due to the increased circulation it brings. Learning to stretch properly will lead you to a more active lifestyle. In fact, according to results of a new systematic review, moderate-grade evidence seems to support strengthening and stretching exercises to help ease chronic neck pain.

    Top 3 stretches to feel better in the morning

    Stretching isn’t only for warming up or cooling down when you’re working out at the gym. The purpose of stretching is to get your body feeling limbered up and flexible. If you go about your whole day feeling stiff, of course you’re going to feel achy and awful when you wake up!

    By committing to a few simple morning stretches each day, you can help to keep your body feeling limber and reduce pain in between your regular physical therapy appointments. Some of the best stretches to use early in your day include:

    Low Back Stretch

    Are you dealing with recurring low back pain in the mornings? Then this simple physical therapy stretch can provide you with a great deal of relief.

    Start by laying down on your back, bending your knees, and keeping your feet flat on the floor.

    Use both hands to pull up one knee towards your chest, while keeping the other foot flat on the floor.

    Next, bring your active leg back to the starting position and repeat the stretch with the opposite leg. Keeping the other foot flat on the floor. Lastly, bring both knees to your chest at once. Hold each position for 20 to 30 seconds and repeat stretch at least 3 times.

    Child’s Pose

    If you suffer from arthritis in the knees or low back pain, this is a great stretch to complete before beginning your day.

    Child’s pose is a very popular move in yoga routines. It is a great stretch for connective tissue and joint pain as well!

    Start the pose by kneeling in bed, then sitting back so that your bottom is resting comfortably on your heels. Next, gently bend your body forward until your head touches the mattress.

    It can be helpful to then stretch your arms out and fold them in front of your face for additional support. Once you’ve eased into the position, you can then reach your arms out forward to help open the connective tissues in your neck, shoulders, and back area.

    Hold the pose for at least 2 minutes and repeat if necessary.

    The Inchworm

    The Inchworm is another physical therapy stretch that is great for relieving joint pain and improving circulation in the mornings.

    Start by standing with your abs engaged. Slowly roll down, bending at the knee if necessary, and touch the floor. Walk your hands forward, until you are in the push-up position. Then walk your feet forward, inch-by-inch, until you reach the back of your hands. Slowly roll your body back up into a standing position. Repeat the stretch at least 5 times, with your core engaged each time.

    Physical therapy can change the way you look at mornings…

    If you struggle with aches and pain every morning, there’s no doubt you aren’t enjoying the beginnings of your days. You deserve to wake up feeling good and refreshed. If you’re dealing with pain, you should speak with our physical therapist sooner rather than later about creating a personalized treatment plan. There’s no reason to start your day off in pain and suffering through feelings of discomfort!

    Are you interested in learning more about the many benefits of physical therapy for pain management? Contact Therapy Care for more information and be sure to schedule an initial consultation with our friendly and experienced physical therapist today.