Founded in 1965 by John Arena, a pioneer in the field of learning disabilities, Academic Therapy Publications (ATP) was one of the first publishers to meet the needs of teachers, parents, and students in the field of special education and learning disabilities.
Over the years, ATP and its division High Noon Books, has extended the range of assessments and supplementary educational materials to include publications that can be used by regular classroom teachers, special education teachers, speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, educational therapists, ESL teachers, parents, and specialists in all fields working with persons with reading, learning, and communication disabilities.
Academic Therapy: standardized tests and related remediation materials for perceptual, listening, cognitive, learning, and reading processes, reference books, curriculum materials, teacher/parent resources, and visual/perceptual training aids. Popular titles include the Expressive and Receptive One-Word Picture Vocabulary Tests - 4th Editions, the TAPS-4, RESCA-e, Test of Semantic Reasoning and the new Multiple Auditory Processing Assessment (MAPA-2).
High Noon Books: high interest, low level books written on a 1st through 4th grade reading level for struggling readers in primary and secondary grades, along with a wide selection of remediation materials.