Meet our OT Specialists.
Processing the information given during a diagnosis will take time. Naturally, there will be lots of questions. While each family’s path from evaluation, to diagnosis, and then treatment will be unique, there are a few ways to ease the transition.
“Co-treat”, shorthand for co-treatment, may get thrown around in discussions during evaluations and treatment plans.
Occupational Therapy: Care that focuses on helping you perform daily tasks more easily.April is Occupational Therapy month, and the perfect time to raise awareness for when OT services are needed and how they can improve the quality of life for people of all ages.
Walking through the doors of the Speech Pathology Group, you are walking into our home and becoming a part of our family. Come on in. We’re excited to have you!
From authorizations, to claims processing, and invoice payments – SPGCT handles the paperwork and makes its simple for patients.
Here’s what to expect as a parent if you need an evaluation.
How do you know when to consult a Speech Language Pathologist (SLP)? There may not be an obvious sign like a broken bone that shows up on an x-ray or a fever clearly seen on a thermometer. The symptoms may be subtle or easily dismissed.
We create relationships and are grateful to our many parents, agencies, and school counselors for their support throughout the years.
“ We switched from a large practice to SPGCT because I felt my child was lost in the mix. Rachel is on top of insurance claims and sends frequent emails to stay connected.”
“If there has ever been a parental, administrative or teacher concern – the ladies have jumped in immediately to help. It is evident these SLP’s have worked in our school systems for years.”
“I have been a contractor for many years - but this is the first time I have worked for a practice that is run by a fellow SLP - and what a difference it makes! Rachel truly understands our needs and our worth.”