The "I'm not sure, but something's not right" issue
Delayed developmental milestones
Fine motor delays
ABOUT MOVING PARTS THERAPY
Caregivers can expect to be intimately involved in treatment and are present during most sessions.
All caregivers are welcome to be a part of treatment.
Sessions often include time spent collaborating with families.
Our individual and group sessions are generally 45 minutes in length. Treatment can be weekly for several weeks or from 6 months to a year depending on the client's goals. This would be discussed upon completion of the evaluation. We can also provide intensive services (multiple sessions per week) for clients who can benefit, in order to achieve goals faster thus decreasing the duration of treatment. Our small group (2-4 individuals) therapy can also be advantageous for individuals who benefit from social skill practice, peer modeling of skills,
supportive camaraderie or friendly competition.
The client’s first one or two appointments are 60-90 minute evaluative individual sessions in which we establish goals and a treatment plan. Depending on the type of service you are receiving, you and your therapist will develop a treatment plan focused on your areas of concern. During all evaluative sessions the caregivers are present. Evaluative sessions will be a combination of standardized testing, caregiver/client interview, structured observation and observation of caregiver/client interactions.
For all families who are using insurance, or upon request, an evaluation write up will be completed along with a treatment plan and evaluative sessions will be billed out at the evaluation rate. If families intend to privately pay for services, they can choose to forgo the intensive evaluation document in exchange for a treatment plan that lists initial observations for purposes of creating baseline function. If the family chooses this option, initial sessions are billed at a regular session fee. Please contact our office for more detailed information regarding private pay.