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About Us

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Therapeutic Interventions of Georgia was founded by Dr. Jennifer Jones in January of 2001. After working with adult and pediatric patients in the hospital and home health care settings with St. Joseph Hospital for 9 years, Dr. Jones wanted to serve her community through a private practice that would specialize in caring for children. The practice has grown exponentially over the years, but maintains a small, family-oriented feeling.

The mission of Therapeutic Interventions is to be the hands and feet of Christ to the families of our community by providing a loving and caring atmosphere for children with special needs.

The therapists at our clinic are highly trained and desire to provide superior assessments and follow-up therapy that will allow children to be independent and confident to excel in life.


Our clinic is equipped with individual speech and occupational therapy rooms, as well as a sensory gym.

The gyms contain a giant ball pit, a variety of swings, gliders, scooter boards, weights, balls, and of course, toys and games.

The speech-language pathologists are very experienced and trained in pediatric feeding and swallowing disorders, augmentative communication, articulation and phonology disorders, receptive and expressive language disorders, sensory integration, and behavior modification approaches. All of the speech-language pathologists are certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and up-to-date on the latest techniques in the field.

The occupational therapists are also highly experienced and motivated to help children achieve their utmost potential. They are trained in Neurodevelopmental Techniques (NDT), sensory integration, and therapeutic exercise with a focus on patient and family-centered activities. They are also experienced in placing children in the appropriate adaptive equipment for mobility. All of our occupational therapists are certified by the American Occupational Therapy Association.

Our speech and occupational therapists work closely together by sharing information and treatment strategies with one another on each child. This promotes a more focused treatment session that will assist the child in gaining skills more efficiently in all areas of development.