FAQ

 

Does Dragonfly & Owl accept self-direction funds for payment?

 

Dragonfly & Owl does accept self-direction payment. 

How long are therapy sessions?

Each therapy session is an individual session that lasts 30 minutes.

 

How much does private therapy cost?

For more information regarding cost; please call, e-mail or select the Visit Us tab.

 

How do we pay?

Payment is accepted in the form of cash, check or credit card prior to your child’s services.

 

Do you accept health insurance?

We currently do not accept health insurance, but we can work closely with you to help determine if you can be reimbursed for the services through your health care plan.  

 

How do I get an evaluation for my child?

If you have concerns regarding your child’s fine and visual motor skills or sensory processing skills and would like to receive an evaluation, you need to obtain a script from your doctor. Evaluations typically last an hour long and thoroughly assesses your child’s current level of development. The evaluating therapist will work closely with the family to determine if services are warranted. For more information regarding evaluations, including cost, please call, e-mail or select the Visit Us tab. 

How do I know if my child needs occupational therapy?

If your child is having difficulty using both their hands together, completing puzzles or participating in everyday tasks like feeding and dressing, they may be experiencing deficits with their fine and visual motor skills. If your child has difficulty processing sensory information (i.e. has no pain tolerance, doesn’t like getting messy, is constantly seeking/avoiding input or movement, etc.), they may be experience deficits with sensory integration. If you have any of the concerns listed above, your child may benefit from receiving occupational therapy services.

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