Individual Therapy Services
Our qualified therapists conduct evaluations and provide services for occupational therapy as well as speech & language therapy. After an evaluation, if your child would benefit from our services, the therapist will collaborate with you...
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Speech & OT Play Group
At Intensive Therapeutics, we value a collaborative, interdisciplinary approach. We offer sessions incorporating both occupational and speech therapy. This allows us to look at the child as a whole within the context of various settings....
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Helping Hands
At our Helping Hands programs we have had children with hemiplegia come from around the world. We run the program in a group, as a camp, so it can actually be a FUN experience. Kids...
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Welcome to Intensive Therapeutics!

We are the leading organization providing a collaborative therapeutic program for children and young adults with special needs.
Our child-first, expert services utilize established practices to focus on:

• Autism
• Hemiplegia
• Prevocational and Independent Living
• Everyday Kids (School, Sensory, and the In-Between)

And we do it all so that each child and young adult can reach their fullest potential!

What We Do

We listen to parents and families

We personalize our approach to the needs of the family/child

We adapt and grow along with the family/child

What We Offer

A close-knit, children-first setting

Collaborative thinking to achieve unthinkable goals

Tailored, innovative, and unique therapeutic model

Expert, compassionate staff which inspires children and families

Our Beginning

Scott Matthews, MS, OT, saw a gap in the therapy world for intensive, client-centered, occupation-based services. He envisioned a place where all children received therapy services regardless of their socioeconomic status—it would be a place without sterile walls, white coats, and beeping machines…it would be a place kids would want to go to for therapy.

In 2005, Intensive Therapeutic, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit, charitable organization was born. Scott would go on to develop all groups and services based on parent and caregiver recommendations and needs. Now, with a team of expert, compassionate staff, Intensive Therapeutics helps each child reach their fullest potential.