Here you can view answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about our therapy services. Feel free to ask a question and we will e-mail you a reply!
Does the company provide services for both adults and children?
Our company provides therapy services for both adults and children. Our therapists are specialized in various treatment areas and see individuals of all ages across the lifespan. Our three state of the art facilities are divided into an adult treatment area and a pediatric treatment area.
Who will pay for therapy services?
Most insurance companies will pay for therapy services as long as the therapy services are deemed medically necessary. For more details, please contact our office and we will explain how to proceed with insurance coverage as we accept most major insurance plans. Private pay is always an option if your insurance will not cover therapy services.
How can I refer my child to your company?
Your child may be referred for therapy services by obtaining a written prescription from a pediatrician or specialist (neurologist, orthopedic, pulmonologist, gastroenterologist, opthalmologist, psychiatrist). A physician assistant (PA) and an advanced registered nurse practitioner (ARNP) working alongside a pediatrician or specialist may also refer your child for therapy services. We strongly encourage parents, caregivers, case managers, and social workers to take a strong, active, and involved role in all therapy and educational sessions.
How many times a week will my child receive therapy services?
The frequency and duration of treatment is contingent on the initial therapy evaluation performed by the therapist and authorized by the pediatrician or specialist. Typically, therapy services are provided 2 or 3 times per week for 30 to 60 minute treatment sessions at a time. Therapy services are authorized for 6 months at a time in most cases. After a 6 month initial certification period, a re-evaluation is conducted to determine if further treatment is necessary.
How long will my child need therapy?
Because every child is different and the rate of their functional and physical progress varies, we are unable to foresee how long your child will need therapy. However, throughout the initial evaluation and interview process, we will be able to estimate whether the course of treatment will be for the short term (a couple of months) or long term (over a year).
How can I significantly impact my child’s progress in therapy?
In order for you to optimize your child’s progress in therapy, we recommend that you make a 100% effort to be consistent and reliable with your child’s therapy schedule. Keeping scheduled therapy appointments and minimizing cancellations is essential. Your commitment to carry out home programs established by your child’s therapist and your consistency in implementing what the therapist has taught you and what you have observed the therapist doing with your child is also paramount. Keeping an open communication with your child’s therapist and asking questions will also be of great benefit.
Will my information be kept confidential?
Our company is vigilant to protect healthcare information. No information will be shared or distributed with any other person or organization without your signed authorization and consent. Our company strictly adheres to HIPAA guidelines. All will receive our company’s “Notice of Privacy Practices” prior to commencement of therapy services.