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Enrollment info

We understand that the enrollment process can be difficult and we want to make this as easy AS POSSIBLE ON you and your child.


If you are ready to start the enrollment process process, click one of these two buttons below. Read on to find out more about the enrollment process.

Testing Process

The testing process begins with a conversation about your child. Our staff will meet with you to find out more about your child’s medical history, family life, and any concerns that you may have about their development.

We will work with your child’s primary care physician (PCP) to get a referral for evaluation and then perform an extensive battery of tests to ensure that we better understand their individual needs.

The testing process is intensive. During our admission process, most children receive an evaluation from the following medical professionals:

  • Occupational Therapy (O.T.)- fine motor skills; hand-eye coordination, tactile issue, sensory- processing development
  • Physical Therapy (P.T.)- gross motor skills; balance muscle development, coordination
  • Speech Therapy (S.T.)- speech and language skills; chewing, biting, swallowing
  • Psychological Evaluation (IQ Testing)

Each of these tests will last for about an hour and we will try to work around your schedule. We are able to more quickly complete the process when we schedule all the testing in one day. We are happy to help work around the needs of parents. However, scheduling the process over the course of more than one day will lengthen the admissions process.

Seeing our Medical Director

Our medical director examines each child before they enroll and every six months afterwards. During the initial exam, the Medical Director will meet with the parent or guardian and do a physical assessment on the child. This is important to verify that the Doctor agrees that the therapy treatment options are appropriate.

So my child "Qualified" What now?

Once we have confirmed that your child has qualified for services, we will send our recommendations over to your child’s Primary Care Physician. If your doctor approves services, then we will work with you to find a suitable start date for your child!