Access Therapy

Pediatric Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Language Pathology and Psychology Services

515 Moe Road Clifton Park, New York 12065  •  Tel. (518) 280-4294  •  Fax (518) 280-4297


Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy and Psychological Evaluations


Access Therapy Group is an approved early intervention provider and will complete a home based developmental assessment for your child. Families should directly contact their county department of health for more information with concerns regarding children from birth to three years. We provide evaluations for Saratoga, Albany, Rensselaer, and Schenectady Counties.

Albany Department of Health: (518) 447-4280

Saratoga Department of Health: (518) 584-7460

Schenectady Department of Health: (518) 386-2815

Rensselaer Department of Health: (518) 270-2655


Access Therapy Group is an approved preschool evaluation program through the New York State Education Department. Families should contact their local school district's committee on Preschool Special Education (CPSE) with concerns for children between 3-5 years and may choose Access Therapy Group as their evaluator. Our experienced therapists will travel to your child's home and/or preschool to administer speech, psychological/educational, physical, and occupational therapy evaluations. Parents will receive a copy of the evaluation in the mail and a representative from our company will attend your child's IEP meeting to discuss the results of the evaluation.


Outpatient, discipline specific assessments are available in our Clifton Park office to address orthopedic, neurological or developmental concerns. We participate with most area health plans and will create individual therapy program and/or home exercise program to meet your child's unique needs.


At the request of your child's school district, our experienced therapists can provide independent physical, occupational, psychological or speech therapy evaluations during your child's school day. The evaluations are educationally based and consider your students access to the educational curriculum.