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Frequently Asked Questions

These are some of our most common questions, but every child is unique, so don't hesitate to reach out.

What is Pediatric Occupational Therapy?

Pediatric Occupational Therapy is the use of clinical skills to improve an area of life that you or your child are struggling in. If your chid struggles with everyday things like:

  • Putting clothes, shoes, or socks

  • Hard time manipulating fasteners, buttons, or zippers

  • Eating (is an extremely picky eater or problem feeder)

  • Difficulty using feeding utensils (spoons, forks, knives)

  • Considered to have very poor or illegible handwriting

  • Difficulty using tools (scissors) or playing with toys that require two hands

  • Explosive/Big Emotions, Tantrums or Meltdowns

What is Pediatric Speech Therapy?

Speech therapy is a specialized type of therapy designed to help individuals improve their communication skills. Our speech therapists are highly trained to help clients develop the ability to communicate clearly and confidently.

  • We offer comprehensive assessments to determine the best course of treatment.

  • We use evidence-based techniques to help our clients achieve their communication goals.

Our speech therapists are committed to providing personalized, compassionate care to all of our clients. With the help of our experienced team, we can help your child live a life of greater communication success.

What should I do if I think my child would benefit from Occupational or Speech Therapy?

Give us a call! We'll talk through your child's unique needs and go from there. If we do move on to therapy, your child will receive individualized and holistic care.

Where do you provide therapy?

I am happy to provide services in your child's daycare/school, in our private clinic located in Anderson Township, or via Telehealth (online).

Which insurance providers do you accept?

We do not accept insurance at this time. We do and will continue to accept HSA cards. 

Private Pay rates are available (please refer to our rate sheet). If you do have insurance we can provide you with a superbill so that you may seek direct reimbursement from your insurance company!

What is a Good Faith Estimate?

Click on the FAQ tab at the top to learn more about the No Surprise Act and Good Faith Estimate.

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