We maximize the potential of every child that we serve.
Joy Therapy and Learning Center is the area's newest clinic serving Cherokee, Forsyth and North Fulton counties. Although recently established, our therapists have years of experience providing essential services for children age birth to 21 including, physical, occupational and speech therapy; early intervention services; and parent education and support. In partnership with parents and caregivers, we celebrate where each child is today and work toward who they can become.
Finding services for your child can be difficult. Our intake assistant, along with your therapist, can connect you to the services you need.
Building Relationships. Sharing Joy. Providing Results.
We hire exceptional people.
We maintain a positive attitude and positively influence those around us. We are intrinsically motivated to take initiative and improve our performance. We are self managers who are empowered to take responsibility for our own success and happiness. MORE >>
We make a difference.
We are compassionate, helpful, and respectful. We enthusiastically provide the best services possible. We go to extraordinary lengths to improve the lives of the children and families who are referred to us. MORE >>
Our culture is cooperative.
We maintain an environment that is informal, friendly, and fun. We acknowledge what we don't yet know and collaborate to problem-solve and learn. We welcome an educated conversation to determine the best direction for therapy and learning. MORE>>
Our culture is empowering.
We identify and utilize the strengths of each staff member to ensure job satisfaction and success. We provide staff with every degree of flexibility possible because we value a healthy work/life balance. MORE>>
We are Joy Therapy and Learning Center!
We challenge our patients and ourselves. We are innovative and will adapt our strategies when necessary to increase the effectiveness and increase your child's goals. We strive for excellence realizing that there is always room for improvement in all that we do...together. MORE>>