How do I enroll my child into therapy?

If you are looking to start therapy through your own insurance, request a referral from your child’s primary care physician or developmental pediatrician.
If you have already received an evaluation and recommendation for therapy, contact our front office to schedule an appointment or join the waitlist

How much does therapy cost?

Families receiving services through the regional center, therapy is provided weekly at no cost.
Families receiving services through private insurance, have a copay depending on your insurance coverage.
Families paying for services privately, our prices are as follows:

45 minute session:
60 minute session:

What do I do if my child cannot make their session?

If your child is unable to attend their session for any reason, contact the front office as soon as you can. We have a 24 hour cancellation policy for insurance and private paying clients of $50 if you are unable to inform us 24 hours ahead of your scheduled appointment.

When possible, your therapist will work with you to schedule a makeup appointment.

What does an occupational therapy session look like ?

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What does a speech therapy session look like?

Our speech therapist uses a play-based and child led approach. Typically, therapists will have toys or activities prepared for your client and find what your child is most interested in and work to encourage language in highly motivating opportunities. They are also able to incorporate more structured activities based on your child’s needs and goals.

How long are sessions?

For speech therapy, private paying and insurance clients have 45 minute sessions. For children seen through the regional center, sessions span between 50 minutes to an hour to allow clinicians time to document and take notes after each session.

For occupational therapy.

What are the covid safety measures in place?

All of our clinicians and staff are fully vaccinated and continue to wear PPE during sessions. The materials, toys and the room are sanitized after each session. It is encouraged that clinicians, clients and families, wash their hands thoroughly for 20 seconds or use hand sanitizer before and after their session. Following local mandate and CDC recommendations, we require all clients and families who are able, to wear a mask and practice social distancing during their visit at our clinic.

We also ask that if your child or someone in your household is experiencing the following symptoms, please cancel your session for that week:

Fever, chills, cough, difficulty breathing, body aches, headaches, loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion, runny nose, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or respiratory difficulties.
Please call the front office at (925) 399-5796 for Pleasanton or (209) 237-2484 for Tracy, in order to cancel your therapy session, reschedule or arrange a teletherapy session instead.
We appreciate your efforts and cooperation to keep us all safe and healthy!