Related Services Solutions
Providing real needs assessments saves time and resources — resulting in better outcomes.
When special education professionals request a full-time provider, they often lack the proper data or analysis that effectively determines what their caseload requires. Do they really need a new full-time employee? Or do they need support to meet a short-term staffing shortfall? BTS can provide the answers to these questions.
The Data DNA — a data-driven view of your specific needs.
Our proprietary Data Driven Needs Analysis (Data DNA) is a tool we provide at no additional cost to our clients. It allows you to determine the number of caseload hours required to be compliant, and the types of skills needed to make a difference in the lives of students, whether with a full or part-time speech therapist, occupational therapist, or augmentative alternative communication specialist. We can even provide temporary coverage for employees on medical or maternity leave.
The BTS Data DNA helps you determine the precise type of provider and amount of time needed to serve your caseload. Contact us for a Data DNA assessment today.
BTS employment screening results in quality related services.
Every provider at Boothby Therapy Services goes through a rigorous interview process before being invited to join our community of providers. This includes an initial interview, a survey of their experience and clinical preferences, a Clinical Skills Assessment, a review of three evaluations or writing samples, a reference check, and a clinical background check.
When you hire a BTS provider, your school is gaining a highly skilled team member!
Speech Therapy / Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) — Our ASHA-certified speech language professionals have experience with populations from age three through 21 and expertise with disorders ranging from articulation and language, to stuttering, social skills deficits, apraxia, autism, multiple disabilities and many others.
Occupational Therapy — Our occupational therapists and certified occupational therapy assistants work with students in preschool through grade 12+. They understand how to address fine motor, visual perception, visual motor and sensory processing deficits in the school-based model.
Augmentative-Alternative Communication (AAC) — Our AAC Specialists assess your non-verbal students to recommend off-the-shelf or specialized equipment to increase their functional communication and participation in the classroom. Our AAC specialists create a customized plan to support your team to successfully implement new AAC and AT equipment.
Teachers of Students with Visual Impairments (TVI) — Our TVI professionals may implement IEP goals and objectives to address sensory development, the achievement of vision milestones, the use of Braille, use of low vision aids to improve vision for academic skills (primarily reading), and to increase independence/safety for travel.
School Psychologists – Our highly-trained school psychologists provide direct support and interventions to students and consult with teachers and other school employees to improve student support strategies. They work with other providers and administrators to collaborate and coordinate on needed services and mental health initiatives.