Academic Therapy Publications (ATP) was founded in 1965 by John I. Arena, an educator and therapist who was at the forefront of the learning disabilities movement in the 1960s and 1970s.
Academic Therapy Publications was one of the first publishers to meet the needs of teachers, parents, and students in the field of special education and learning disabilities. Now, 50 years after its founding, ATP is still a family-owned business that is proud to continue producing relevant materials that can be used by special ed teachers, speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, school psychologists, educational therapists, ESL teachers, parents, and specialists in all fields working with persons with reading, learning, and communication disabilities.
ATP publishing areas include:
ATP Assessments produces some of the most popular psychological and educational tests used by professionals involved in special education and learning differences in the K-12 school system, as well as those who serve adult populations.
High Noon Books produces and distributes a wide variety of phonic-based and high-interest / low level chapter books, ebooks, and audio for beginning, at-risk, and struggling readers.