Services We Provide

TherapyLink Solutions is an out-patient clinic providing behavior analytic and physical therapy services, diagnostic evaluations, and individualized interventions.  With a commitment to excellence and evidence-based treatments, we provide the highest quality of care, and a positive experience for the community we serve.



We provide a wide array of on-site clinical services.  Intervention and treatment plans are developed through person-centered planning, with client and family needs and preferences always the highest priority.  With long-term goals in mind, we design a treatment vision that integrates the components necessary for reducing barriers where they exist. 



We provide evidence-based treatment using the principles of applied behavioral analysis (ABA). Services include: 

  • Functional Behavior Assessments
  • Behavior Support Services
  • Intervention Planning, Development, and Implementation
  • Training for Clients, Community-Based Support Staff, and Caregivers

We address needs in the following areas:

  • Self-help
  • Social/emotional regulation
  • Community and safety skills
  • Adaptive skills
  • Organization and executive functioning
  • Behavior management
  • Social skills
  • Employability skills

TherapyLink staff work collaboratively with individuals, agencies, and support personnel to identify goals, and to develop and implement individualized intervention and treatment plans. Through person-centered planning, programs are developed based on existing skill levels, current needs, and desired outcomes. We aim to help every client achieve their best potential through building new skills and abilities, while reducing barriers to life and employment goals . We serve individuals across the lifespan and all levels of need.



Physical Therapy is the evaluation, treatment and restoration of functional mobility that has been limited by disease, injury, disability or pain. We utilize a variety of evidence-based treatment methods including therapeutic exercise, manual therapy techniques, physical modalities and patient education to maximize functional outcomes and achieve the highest level of independence possible.



 Using principles of applied behavior analysis, individual and small-group sessions are designed to improve social competence and interactions with others.  Developing effective communication and social skills increases the opportunity for successful relationships in the home, community, and work settings. 



Using principles of applied behavior analysis, individual intervention programs are designed to improve job performance, task completion, and employment success.  Developing industry-expected job skills increases retention, job satisfaction, competence, and reduces barriers to sustainable employment. Through assessment and job-matching, job skills training is coordinated with employers, workforce agencies, job coaches, and other stakeholders to promote positive outcomes in authentic work environments. 



A Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE) is a series of tasks used to establish a baseline of functioning or for job specific demands required for employment.  The FCE assesses the individual's flexibility, strength, balance, coordination, repetitive activities, cardiovascular conditioning, lifting, carrying, push/pull abilities, and body mechanics.  Collected data can be used to determine work restrictions, job modifications, and accommodations to prevent further injury.



Dry needling is a skilled intervention technique used to manage neuromuscular pain and movement dysfunction.  By inserting very fine needles into painful areas or trigger points, a twitch response is elicited allowing the muscle to relax, thereby increasing mobility and diminshing pain.  



By combining physical conditioning and functional activities that are specifically related to the individual's job duties, the objective of this program is to restore overall functional ability to the level in which critical job tasks can be performed during a normal work day without restrictions.  



Consultative and indirect services are individualized and provided on a case-by-case basis.  Services include teleconferencing, activities for coordination of care, on-site training, staff and caregiver training, intervention and treatment planning, progress monitoring, and data collection and analysis. 



Assessment services are provided to confirm a diagnosis, identify additional conditions, assess level of functioning and make appropriate recommendations for services and job placement.  These assessments include: academic skills, adaptive skills, autism, developmental delays, intellectual ability and vocational skills.