Therapy & Fun
Therapy & Fun is a seven week summer program set up similar to a day camp. Children ages 3-14 with a range of disabilities attend three days a week and participate in activities facilitated by our therapists (speech, occupational, and dance-movement) and peer-to-peer volunteers. Activities include games, crafts, music, and more. Over the summer, clients are able to build their speech, motor, and social skills so they can be prepared for the school year ahead.
Therapy & Fun 2022
June 21 – August 4
9:00am – 12:15pm
Aquinas College Academic Building
1700 Fulton St E, Grand Rapids, MI 49506
Therapy & Fun Caregiver Workshops are free seminars where parents and caretakers receive education and resources that empower them to support their child’s growth at home. Topics covered that these workshops include at-home therapeutic techniques, special education policies, mental health for parents, financial planning and more. These topics are presented by our staff and experts in the field who want to help families and caregivers cultivate a successful and confident plan to care for themselves and their loved ones.
Caregiver workshops are free and open to the public, regardless of if you’re participating in the Therapy & Fun summer program.
Each workshop takes place at the Aquinas College from 9am-10:15am
This year’s caregiver workshops are listed below. Click them for more information.
Thank you to this year’s sponsors!
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
- Priority Health
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.