Virtual Speech, Occupational & Physical Therapy for Kids

Virtual Visits for Kids

Our clinics are open and we are upholding the highest standards for cleanliness and safety. As we like to say: “no germs in, no germs out.” However, we understand if you don’t feel comfortable leaving the house, which is why we’re offering virtual visits for kids.

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Michigan: (734) 339-2973  /  Virginia: (757) 530-5043

Our pediatric therapists are now offering virtual “telehealth” visits for children with speech, occupational and physical therapy needs. Whether your child has an IEP that is not being fulfilled sufficiently through school, an existing treatment plan, or even if you’ve never tried therapy for your child before…we’re here to help. A telehealth (or virtual visit) is basically the same as an office visit, but instead of seeing us at our clinic, you’ll connect through live video with your therapist on your computer or phone.

Helping kids with:

Speech Therapy Needs:

  • Speech Delay
  • Apraxia
  • Articulation and Phonological Disorders
  • Voice Disorders
  • Fluency (Stuttering)
  • Auditory Processing Disorders

Occupational Therapy Needs:

  • Sensory processing / integration
  • Fine motor difficulties
  • Handwriting
  • Coordination
  • Visual perceptual
  • Visual motor deficits

Physical Therapy Needs:

  • Torticollis / Flat head Syndrome
  • Erb’s Palsy
  • Developmental delay
  • Hypotonia & Hypertonia
  • Orthopedics
  • Cerebral Palsy

And much more!

Hear it for yourself from real parents:

Gibb struggled with stuttering and how has three boys in speech therapy. Here’s how a Military Officer took control of his stutter and why he uses telehealth for his kids:

Feeling stressed out at home during COVID-19? Genei, a mother of three children with autism can relate. Here’s how she uses virtual visits to ensure no progress is lost:

Want to make sure your kids make progress with therapy even while at home? Here’s how virtual telehealth visits helps Megan, a mother of four, ensure that her kids don’t fall behind on their speech therapy progress:

Videos about Pediatric Telehealth

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Common Questions

Are telehealth visits covered by insurance?

  • Yes, just like in-office visits, most insurance plans cover telehealth, including Medicaid. Give us a call and we’ll help you figure out your insurance benefits. We also have self-pay options for families without insurance coverage.

Do I need a referral?

  • Yes, a referral or prescription is needed; however, we can help coordinate with your child’s primary doctor. Note: some states don’t require referrals for self-pay visits.

How can we do the visit without equipment?

  • That’s easy. We have a list of standard household items that we can use for your child’s therapy. If you don’t have specific items on the list, we can adapt to what you have available. The good news is that there is a lot of progress we can make with very minimal equipment.

My child doesn’t pay attention well to screens, how will that work?

  • That’s a common concern. Let’s try one visit to see if we can overcome that obstacle with engaging, fun activities. Even if it ends up being a shortened session, we’ll provide you with ways that you can help your child make progress throughout the day when their attention levels are higher.

I’m not great with computers, is it complicated to set up?

  • Not at all. We can complete the visit through your computer or through an app on your phone. We’ll personally walk you through the set up before the visit to make sure the technology is ready to go.

Our school is offering a telehealth option through the IEP program, how is this different?

  • That may be a great solution for your child’s very basic needs; however, our visits are much more involved and personalized to help your child make progress quickly.

Available at the following brands:

To learn more, you can fill out the form on this page or give us a call:

Michigan: (734) 339-2907

Virginia: (757) 530-5349

*Beneficiaries of federal health care programs are not eligible to participate in the free screening.