Your child's therapy may be partially or completely covered by insurance! Call to find out more.
Now accepting the following insurance:
United Healthcare Plans (UHC)
PacificSource Community Solutions (OHP/Medicaid)
Pacific Source Health Plans (Commercial)
(Please Call/Email for Cost and Availability)
Evaluations - Performed to establish Plan of Care (POC) prior to initiating treatments:
Evaluations are in-depth intake assessments to determine a child's current functional status, potential areas for growth, goals for treatment if continued session are warranted, and a Plan of Care which includes recommended frequency/duration of sessions. Evaluations may act as supportive documentation when attempting to acquire DHS/DDS support or assistance/accommodations in school such as the development of an IEP, 504, or other special education services. Two complementary 15 minute follow-up phone calls are included. The first will be to discuss evaluation results and POC suggestions and the second will be to provide custom recommendations and strategies for your child and family regardless of whether or not subsequent treatment sessions are initiated.
Telehealth Evaluations: Virtual meeting with family and child lasting 60-75 minutes. Consists of comprehensive background interview followed by formal assessment of child's skills and abilities via virtual platform (Zoom). After assessment is completed, an extensive write-up will occur over the next week which will include background, findings, goals, and plan of care (as decided upon with family). Family will receive written documentation to keep and provide to school personnel, DDS/DHS, and/or medical professionals as necessary or desired.
In-Person Evaluations: Face-to-face meeting with family and child lasting 75-90 minutes. Consists of comprehensive background interview followed by formal assessment of child's skills and abilities at a predetermined location (such as a local playground/park/school convenient to family). After assessment is completed, an extensive write-up will occur over the next week which will include background, findings, goals, and plan of care (as decided upon in collaboration with family). Family will receive written documentation to keep and provide to school personnel, DDS/DHS, and/or medical professionals as necessary or desired. In-person sessions are best suited for children who are unable to attend to therapist virtually or are, in general, unable to tolerate a telehealth video platform.
Treatments - Performed after evaluation in accordance with Plan of Care (POC):
Telehealth: Virtual (video) therapy session with child (caregiver to be available to assist child as needed). Caregiver expected to provide child with basic equipment/materials needed for session (ball, markers, paper, scissors, Play-Doh, etc.)
In-Person Sessions: Face-to-face (hands-on) therapy sessions at predetermined community locations (park, playground, school, etc.) Caregiver to be available on site. Therapist will provide child with equipment/materials needed for session.
Package Options Available for Families Paying Out of Pocket at a Sliding Scale Rate