top of page

Frequently Asked Questions


What ages do you see? 

We see ages from birth to 18


Are services provided in home or in clinic? 

Dependent on the needs of the clients. 


How many times a week are sessions? 

This is dependent on each clients needs. This will be discussed during the initial evaluation.


 Do I need to bring anything for the initial Evaluation? 

For speech or occupational therapy evaluations there is nothing necessary for you to bring; however if you have any medical documents or IEPs that you would like to be in your child’s chart you are more than welcome to bring them for us to scan into their chart.

For feeding evaluation, we ask you bring three preferred foods and three non-preferred foods as well as any utensils your child uses such as bottle, cup, straw cup or sippy cup. 


Do we take insurance? 

At this time we accept Blue Cross Blue Shield, ESA (class wallet) and private pay. We will continue to update this as we become credentialed with more insurances.


How long is each appointment? 

Dependent on the child’s need it will be anywhere between 30 to 60 minutes. Recommendations will be discussed at initial evaluation. 


How do I know if my child needs speech or occupational therapy?

We are happy to offer a free 30 minute consultation to determine if your child may benefit from speech therapy or occupational! Or please check out some of our blogs to see if speech therapy may be beneficial! 


Why isn't my child talking?

At times, your child may face challenges when it comes to speaking, and these difficulties often have unknown origins. Parents shouldn't blame themselves if their child isn't communicating as effectively as expected. If you're worried about your child's communication skills, it's advisable to seek an evaluation.


How is Occupational Therapy different from Physical Therapy?

While both therapies aim to improve a person's quality of life, physical therapy focuses on improving physical function and mobility. Occupational therapy addresses a broader range of daily activities and skills, including things such as, sensory regulation, fine motor skills, and emotional regulation.


Can Occupational Therapy help with school-related issues?

Yes, occupational therapy can address school-related challenges, including handwriting, attention and focus issues, sensory processing concerns, and social skills development.


What ages do you see for feeding?

Our feeding therapist works with patients from birth to 18! Our feeding therapist has experience working with NICU grads, infant feeding, sensory feeding difficulties, picky eating, tethered oral tissue after care, transitioning from tube feeds to oral feeds, and oral motor dysfunction.  

At Growth Pediatric Therapy, we are dedicated to helping children reach their full potential. Our personalized and caring approach set us apart. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can support your child's  growth and development.

bottom of page