Child Therapy Innovations



How do I know if my child needs therapy?

Your child may be referred for services by his/her pediatrician. If your child is a late-talker, is unintelligible and substitutes sounds when compared to same-aged peers, has a limited vocabulary, has poor spelling, poor writting, poor reading and comprehension skills, is receiving poor grades in school, is at risk for not passing a grade, is below grade-level expectations, is unable to follow directions, and/or is having difficulties with concepts (i.e. big/little, open/close, between/around, etc.), then he/she may have a speech, language, and/or reading disorder. Please contact the office for more information.

How long will my child need therapy?

The frequency and duration of therapy is based on the inital evaluation and authorization from the pediatrician. Typically, therapy occurs 2-3 times a week for 30-60 minute sessions. Therapy services are authorized for 6 month periods, and then a re-evaluation occurs to determine if further therapy is needed. The length of time a client receives therapy services depends on the nature of the problem and the goals of therapy. Some clients have a very specific problem that can be worked on through a set course in therapy. For others, therapy is an on-going learning process.

How can I refer my child to your company?

Your child may be referred for therapy services by obtaining a written prescription from the pediatrician, neurologist, physician assistant (PA), or advanced registered nurse practitioner (ARNP) that includes the type of services requested and a diagnostic code.

How much are your fees and do you take insurance?

Please contact 305-934-2689 to learn more about the insurances accepted. Private pay is always an option if therapy services are not covered by your insurance.

9370 SW 72nd Street
Suite A213
Miami, FL 33173

(305) 934-2689
FAX (786) 701-3865

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