Pediatric Specialty Associates is a qualified and approved agency for the Indiana First Steps Program.

Pediatric Specialty Associates was one of the first agencies approved to be a qualified agency for Indiana First Steps. If you are looking for a top notch agency to join, please call us.  PSA hires Occupational, Speech, Physical, and Developmental therapists as well as Dieticians, Social Workers, and Psychologists. Please email us at psa@psababy.com or call us at (317) 405-9016 if you are interested in applying for a position.

Pediatric Specialty Associates offers:

*Organized structure that allows for personal flexibility and the ability to create your own schedule
*High reimbursement rates
*Proven track record of fiscal responsibility
*Direct office support Monday through Friday
*Discipline Specific Advisors and Mentors
*Continuing education funds available to employees
*In-services to assist with state credentialing
*Lending library of equipment, catalogs, educational DVD’s and resource manuals
*Opportunity to provide services to children over 3 years of age through insurance
*Company Listserve for improved communication with co-workers
*No requirements on caseload size
*Family friendly work environment

What are our current providers saying about working for PSA?

“Being a new grad, I couldn’t have asked to work with better people.  Through mentors, Donna’s leadership and extremely helpful co-workers, I have developed the skills and confidence to become the therapist I always wanted to be.”     -Miranda Paris, Physical Therapist

“I love the knowledge that at any time I can email the team for suggestions and ideas for kids, the collaboration between therapists and the camaraderie.  I know that even if I don’t know another therapist personally very well, I can feel confident that I can talk easily and openly.  We work together as a team for the greater good of the kids we see and I love that. Everyone I have met that works for PSA is in this because we care about the little ones and want to do what we can to make their lives and their family’s lives a little better. ”   -Katrina Smith, Occupational Therapist