- Body Mapping
- Individual Sensory Diet for home and/or school
- Environment modification suggestions
- Caregiver education and support
Sensory therapy may be helpful if your child struggles in the following areas:
- Visual input – Being sensitive to bright lights, distracted by movements or with spatial relationships.
- Response to noise – Bothered by loud sounds or makes extra noises
- Movement and balance – In constant motion or afraid of being off the ground.
- Self – feedback on how the body uses all of the stimulation coming from the environment.
- Playing too forcefully or with not enough force.
- Not being coordinated or using smooth moves to complete tasks or movements.
Our therapists have trained using two specialized programs:
The first uses balance, auditory processing, visual tracking through exercises. This helps develop hand-eye coordination, visual tracking skills and crossing the mid-line.
The second increases attention in concentration, relationship and communication, memory and organizational skills. The goal is to improve reading, writing, language, and numerical skills.
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.