Please check back with us often to see when future orientations will be available.

Don’t forget to bring School ID, Drivers License, School Schedule and

the Volunteer Orientation Paper work shown below.

Please bring the following forms with you to the orientation. Click on the links below to download a PDF document form to complete.

All paperwork must be completed in full.

  1. Volunteer Information Page (PDF document)

  2. Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure Agreement (PDF document)

  3. Volunteer Dress Code (PDF document)

  4. Volunteer Responsibilities & Procedures (PDF document)

  5. General Equipment and Safety Procedures (PDF document)

  6. Requirements to receive a Letter of Recommendation (PDF document)

* Driver’s License

Please bring all of the paperwork listed with you. All paperwork must be completed in full. We will only be holding one orientation for the summer. If you are unable to attend, we will have more volunteer opportunities in the Fall from Summer and Spring from Fall.

Contact email: info@pediatrictherapyinc.com

Refer to Contact Us page for location information and map directions.

Volunteer Opportunities

  • Therapist working with children
  • Happy little boy working with a therapist
  • Smiling girl and therapist working on feeding activities
  • Happy girl walking for excersie on a treadmill
  • little girl walking down stairs with a buddy walk Tshirt on

Welcome Little Yellow house with a snail cartoon on the front doorIf you are interested in learning more about pediatric therapies or are in need of observation hours for professional school applications please read the following guidelines and follow the contact directions below.


  • Volunteers must attend orientation and training session before observing.

  • Volunteers are scheduled to observe at regular times each week.

  • Schedule must stay the same every week to maintain a stable environment for the children.

  • A minimum 6 week commitment is required.

  • Confidentiality is very important and must be maintained! Names and diagnoses are not to be used outside of facility.

  • Assist with treatment sessions: therapeutic play and light cleaning