Now Accepting New Clients
If you are ready to get started with us, please complete a Child Registration and History Form here. This will provide us with the information we need to secure a doctor's order, check your insurance benefits for you, and prepare for the initial evaluation.
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How do I get started?
The first step is for you to share with us a little information about your child. You can do this by submitting a Child Registration and History Form, which can be found on the "Get Started" page. Once we receive this, we will request a doctor's order from your child's primary physician and check insurance benefits for you. Then we will connect with you to explain insurance coverage and schedule an initial evaluation.
Do you take my insurance?
The Therapy SP/OT takes most major insurance plans, as well as medical assistance and managed care plans. In some cases, a particular plan does not cover habilitative speech or occupational therapy. If this is true for you, we offer affordable private payment rates and can work with you to find a payment plan that works for you.
Is The Therapy SP/OT the right fit for my child's needs?
Speech and occupational therapy address many areas of development. View the "Services" page of our website for more information. You are also more than welcome to give us a call and share a bit about your child to help determine if this is the right fit prior to submitting the Child Registration and History form.
What can I expect at the first visit?
This is our first opportunity to meet and get to know you and your child! You will get a tour of our space and you will be introduced to your child's therapist. The initial evaluation typically involves play and informal observation, administration of standardized assessments, parent interview, and sometimes completion of questionnaires. We will also have additional forms for you to complete that will allow us to initiate treatment. You are always welcome to be present for any visit. Depending on your child's age and comfort level, it may be appropriate for you to remain in the room for the evaluation or to allow your child to be one-on-one with his or her therapist for part of the visit.
Can I leave the clinic during my child's appointments?
Though we typically prefer a parent or guardian to be present for the initial evaluation, we do give parents the opportunity to leave the clinic during treatment sessions. We just ask that you return 10 minutes prior to the end of the appointment, in order to allow the therapist time to update you.