At Lifespan Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Speech and Language Pathology Services, PLLC, our mission is to be the preferred provider of therapy services based on superior service and demonstrated commitment to optimal patient functioning.
Pediatric Therapy Experts
School based and preschool practice is a highly specialized area of practice for physical therapists, occupational therapists, and speech and language pathologists. In depth knowledge of the role of the therapist in the school setting is essential to providing quality service.
Lifespan Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Speech and Language Pathology Services, PLLC has been providing school based and preschool services to New York State school districts in a four county area for over 20 years.
We provide continuous services to over 500 children in Cortland, Tompkins, Cayuga, and Onondaga counties in the Central and the Finger Lakes regions of New York.
Districts considering hiring their own physical and occupational therapists or speech-language pathologists as employees of their district may wish to consider certain factors concerning District Employee vs Contract Staff.
Serving Schools Throughout Central New York
Lifespan Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Speech and Language Pathology Services, PLLC is proud to serve the following schools and agencies throughout Central New York:
LIFESPAN THERAPIES IS PROUD TO SUPPORT THESE SCHOOL BASED INITIATIVES:
The Southern Cayuga Central School District is one of eleven US sites with the honor and privilege of nurturing the Anne Frank horse chestnut sapling, a direct descendent of the tree that Anne Frank wrote about in her famous diaries during the Holocaust of WWII.
The mission of the Southern Cayuga Anne Frank Tree Project is to educate and empower children to use their thoughts, words, and deeds to promote understanding, tolerance, and justice in the world.
The Anne Frank Tree Project sponsors opportunities to
- better understand our past thru the study of history
- become aware of the social justice issues of today
- support student activism aimed at creating a more just future
For more information, contact the Southern Cayuga Central School District or call 315-364-7111.