When providing home based speech, occupational and physical therapy to children and adults with special needs, therapists and the agencies they work for have a professional and ethical responsibility to the families they serve as well as maintaining strict compliance to state and federal laws.

At Not Only Words Therapy, our management team is comprised of both speech, occupational and physical therapy professionals as well as business management with extensive customer service experience.

It is Not Only Words mission to provide the highest level of therapy, ethics and business practices with a special focus on customer service and family satisfaction. Our goal is to assure each customer is completely satisfied with their therapist and the services they receive. Not Only Words provides quarterly feedback assessments to our families to let us know how we’re doing and how we can improve our therapy experience.

At Not Only Words Therapy we’re dedicated to the families and kids with rehabilitative therapy needs, to help them improve their lives and become productive members of their schools, home and society. If you have questions about our services or are a SLP, SLT, SLPA, DPT, PTA, OT, COTA or BCBA interested in working for the best. Please call us at 480-818-4212.

We Are Hiring Therapists!

We support our therapists with the highest level of care and compensation so that our clients know they are getting the best team to work with!

Give us a call if you’d love to discuss our culture and open positions, 480-818-4212.

Speech Therapy

Our Mission


Not Only Words Therapy’s mission is to meet the therapeutic needs of children and their families.

Providing rehabilitation and therapeutic services to Arizona children in public schools since 2003, we specialize in a full array of intervention options and opportunities for families and their children by:

  • Providing quality therapeutic services to children with physical, sensory, cognitive and communication needs.

  • Educating parents on their child's needs in order to achieve success through the therapeutic process in homes and community settings.

  • Using a multidisciplinary team approach, including physicians, case managers, therapists and family members to collaborate on an effective therapeutic care plan.

  • Focusing on achieving maximal independent function optimized by periodic reviews with those providing service or care to the child.

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