ProCare Therapy Announces Launch of New Brand, Debuts New Logo

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Today, ProCare Therapy announced its new brand, logo, and website. The vibrant, new brand focuses on encouraging courage which reflects its commitment to encourage students, teachers, school professionals, and entire communities to explore new possibilities and fulfill their potential.

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“This rebrand exemplifies what ProCare Therapy is about,” said Stephanie Morris, Vice President at ProCare Therapy

ProCare Therapy, a leading specialist in school staffing, debuted a company rebrand today that focuses on Encouraging Courage. The purpose of this transformation is to better communicate ProCare’s mission - to encourage each child to confidently and proudly achieve their full potential.

“This rebrand exemplifies what ProCare Therapy is about,” said Stephanie Morris, Vice President at ProCare Therapy. She continued with “The ProCare spirit is vibrant, uplifting, and lighthearted!”

As one of the country’s leading sources of education jobs, ProCare Therapy partners with the most talented and passionate school professionals—from school psychologists to school nurses—and brings them together with opportunities in school districts throughout the country.

The brand refresh also includes a new website that delivers an improved user experience for both school districts and job seekers. Some features include a comprehensive resource section, an improved job search functionality and an easier way for school districts to request talent.

For more information about ProCare Therapy’s new look, visit

About ProCare Therapy

Since 1997, ProCare Therapy has been dedicated exclusively to connecting highly specialized school professionals to the students and school systems that need them most. ProCare Therapy is one of the country’s leading sources of top talent and places a variety of school professionals including speech-language pathologists, school psychologists, special education teachers, occupational therapists, physical therapists, school nurses, sign language interpreters, school social workers and more. To learn how we can help you, visit

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