Common Questions

Can I bring my other children to the first visit or evaluation?

We would prefer that your child attends their first appointment/evaluation at the clinic without their siblings present. We will need your undivided attention as we gather developmental history and try to get a clear picture of your child and your concerns for therapy.

Do you have after school appointments?

Yes, however, please keep in mind though that many of our children are school-aged, and their parents frequently request an appointment after school hours. We will always do our best to accommodate your schedule.

Do I need a prescription for therapy?

Yes. Our office requires that we receive a prescription for each discipline from your pediatrician or primary care physician prior to an evaluation and treatment.

How long will my child receive therapy services?

This question will be more easily answered once your child’s evaluation is complete. If therapy services are recommended, a frequency and tentative time line will be established, along with a plan of care, and goals to be achieved on both a short-term and long-term basis. Children continue at their recommended frequency for as long as it is needed. As long as your child is making progress towards their goals, therapy will continue.

Do you accept health insurance?

How do I get started?

Contact our office to schedule your first appointment. Our office staff will obtain your health insurance information and check your benefits for therapy prior to your first appointment.