How do I pay for therapy services?
Therapy can be paid for by insurance, by scholarships, and out of pocket. Contact us today to find out the best option for your family. We are approved providers for the Gardiner scholarship! Click here to learn more or to apply: https://www.stepupforstudents.org/for-parents/special-needs/how-the-scholarship-works/
I think my child needs therapy services, where do I start?
A doctor's referral is required for all therapy services being paid for by insurance and/or scholarships. Please call your doctor and explain what therapy(ies) you are seeking when asking for the referral. Your doctor sends us the referral and we call you to get started! If paying for services out of pocket, just contact us directly to get started!
Can my child receive services at the clinic if he already receives them at school?
YES! If your child receives services at school, insurance and scholarships will absolutely cover in-clinic sessions as long as the sessions are not completed on the same day.
What is ABA?
ABA stands for Applied Behavior Analysis. Essentially, ABA is behavior therapy and is commonly prescribed for children with autism. Other diagnoses that ABA can work with include Downs Syndrome, ODD and PDD. We can check with your insurance provider to determine if they cover ABA and if ABA is the right fit for your child. OT can also work with your child on social skills and behavior modifications.
My young child is bilingual and not saying very many words, do they need speech services?
Bilingual children generally take longer to start talking, and when they do, they use fewer words. This is because they are learning and absorbing two languages! How amazing! If you think your child is still delayed even with the normal bilingual gap, contact us! Our speech therapists can help determine if intervention is needed.
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