Evaluations usually include a combination of standardized testing, clinical observations, and parent interview. When appropriate, reviews of other evaluation reports and interviews with teachers and other professionals can help provide a more thorough assessment. Once completed, a report is generated which includes a description of the child’s skills and areas of need, recommended goals, a treatment plan, and referrals if needed.
A treatment plan typically includes 1-3 sessions per week of direct one-on-one treatment, focusing on individualized and measurable goals. Parent education is an integral part of the process and may be done through direct involvement during therapy sessions, observation, conversations following sessions, and/or written notes.
Kid Pro is in network with Blue Cross Blue Shield and United Health Care.
We also offer a private pay option. Superbills are sent to families at the end of each month. These contain the necessary information and codes for families to seek reimbursement from their insurance companies as part of their out-of-network benefits. Kid Pro accepts FSA/HSA card payments, as well as cash, check, credit card, and electronic payments.