Pediatric Occupational Therapy
With the brain-based model designed to change the way the brain processes information, 95% of the progress we see comes from the parent and child completing a daily home program of no more than 10 minutes per day. At occupational therapy sessions, we revise the home program, assess progress, and complete exercises and games to target areas of the brain in an intense, focused manner. Occupational Therapy sessions range from 45 minutes to one hour and are targeted to change the way your child’s brain processes information, so that it is the most efficient. Service rates are competitive, but in the long term, your child should need less therapy due to making permanent changes in the brain.
Intensive occupational therapy sessions involve having daily sessions for 3-5 consecutive days, mostly when children are on a school break or over the summer. Intensives range from 45 minutes to one hour. The purpose of intensives is to provide frequent and consistent targeted activity for your child, which enables for more robust change in the brain. Children often make as much progress in an intensive as they would in one month of weekly sessions. If you are interested in scheduling an intensive, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org
The OT Collective offers cotreatments for children on a monthly basis. Cotreatments allow for multiple therapists to provide feedback about therapy sessions and activities for a child, as well as collaborate with each other and the parent about the best plan for the child. This allows a child to have multiple eyes on him/her, allowing for the highest quality service. If you are interested in a cotreatment, please email email@example.com
Evaluation: $170 with a write-up, $150 without a write-up
Hourly Sessions: $110 in studio; $120 in home if paying with check/venmo; $130 if paying with CC or HSA card
Hourly Intensives: $90/day if paid by check or venmo; $100/day if paid by CC or HSA
Cotreatment: $100 for 50 minutes
Currently accepting Medicaid insurance only. I cannot accept private insurance because insurance companies do not allocate appropriate amounts of sessions to meet goals, and do not support a preventative model.