Exceptional School-Based & Early
As the leading national provider of school-based and early intervention services, Progressus Therapy is a strategic partner committed to driving positive student outcomes, implementing sustainable best practices and delivering exceptional services by maximizing resources.
- 20+ years in school-based and early intervention services
- 600+ highly qualified and licensed SLPs, OTs and PTs
- 200+ school district and community partners across the country
- 250,000 children supported, birth through high school
Progressus Therapy partners with school districts, charter schools and community agencies to improve outcomes for children. In the school and EI settings in which we work, we are effective because of our comprehensive and collaborative approach to working with school and community leaders, teachers, and parents to ensure that each child’s specific needs are met and outcomes are achieved.
Sustainable Delivery Programs
In 2010, DCPS launched a partnership with Progressus Therapy with the main objective of increasing students’ ability to learn with greater independence through effective speech-‐language direct and indirect therapy services. Learn More »
Quality Clinical Placements
Nearly a decade ago, Clark County School District (CCSD) in Nevada began a clinical placement partnership with Progressus Therapy to help meet their growing need for quality school-based clinicians. Learn More »
Family Journey Through Early Intervention
The childhood journey is a marked by a series of firsts – first smiles, first steps, first words, first day of school. These firsts are much more than memory book moments for parents and family, as they represent significant milestones in a child’s development. Learn More »
Improving the Lives of Children and Families
Over the past twenty years, the number of children enrolled in special education in the U.S. has grown exponentially such that today more than one in 10 children receive special education services. "Schools have decreasing budgets and increasing obligations for how they support students. District and charters benefit from a partner like Progressus Therapy that provides exceptional special education staff. Communities similarly benefit from our early intervention work that supports children and families before they enter school," explained Janet Knupp, President and CEO. Progressus employs nearly 600 highly qualified professionals who work with family and school communities to improve the outcomes of children with special needs not just in school, but also for life. Watch the video and learn how our therapy helps children achieve milestones.