Summer Programs for Children
TeleTherapy & Fun is a 5-week program, starting on July 7, 2020. Small groups of children will meet with a therapy team including a speech-language pathologist, occupational therapist, and dance/movement therapist. Sign up today to secure your spot! Insurance will not cover it this year, but we do have a sliding fee based on income.
If TeleTherapy & Fun doesn’t work for you, we’re offering individual speech-language pathology, occupational therapy, or dance movement therapy sessions. You’ll have access to the Therapy and Fun supplemental therapy activities, too! These sessions can start at any time and may be billable to insurance. Virtual appointments are available all year, but our summer program version, with supplemental activities, will start in July and end the first week of August. In-person individual appointments are available starting in July.
CTC has several online playgroups this summer. Each session has 5 weeks of online video activities you can play at home, accompanied by live Q + A time with therapists via Zoom. Check out the Play and Learn page for more information.
Play and Learn groups do not have a fee. This program was made possible because of the generosity of Kent County taxpayers and the voter-approved Ready by Five Early Childhood Millage.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you accept insurance?
We accept many insurances, including:
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Blue Care Network
- United Health Care
- United Health Care- Community Plan
If your insurance is not on here, reach out to us anyway. We can check with our insurance folks to see if we can add them to our list!
What if my insurance doesn't cover it?
All service fees are adjusted on a sliding scale, based on income. For programs like Therapy and Fun, we offer payment plans (not based on credit) over 6-9 months.
What documents do you need to get started?
We usually need the following items before we can schedule you:
- a copy of your insurance card
- a doctor’s referral (fax to 616-559-1056)
- a copy of your child’s IEP, if applicable
How long does it take to get an appointment?
We can usually see new clients within two weeks. The longest part of the process is usually waiting to hear back from insurance.