Do you accept insurance?
Yes, we accept most major insurance policies that approve speech, language, and occupational therapy services. We are a preferred provider for Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota. We also accept Medicaid. We complete the necessary paperwork to approve your child for services, we keep that paperwork up-to-date, and keep our clients informed on any insurance issues.
What is the age range of your clients?
Our current caseload varies from 3 months of age to twenty one years. We encourage early intervention, as research indicates response to therapy at an early age may greatly impact language understanding and use as well as develop necessary motor skills as children grow.
What diagnoses do you work with?
With regard to speech and language therapy, we provide services related to receptive and expressive language disorders, as well as articulation and phonological disorders (known as speech disorders). Many diagnoses can encompass these types of disorders, including autism, Down syndrome, Apraxia, and Central Auditory Processing Disorder, just to name a few. However, we extend our services to all levels of functioning, whether a child is just working on an /r/ sound, or if there are several areas of impairment. With regard to occupational therapy, we provide services related to fine motor impairment, sensory disturbances, and self-care activities. Our counseling services can address many personal or family needs and relationships. Consultation is offered over the phone to determine if services are a good fit for you, your child, and/or your family.
How much will private therapy cost me?
The patient responsibility for speech therapy, occupational therapy, and counseling services is determined by your insurance company. If you have questions regarding your deductible, copay, or coinsurance, we encourage you to call your insurance provider. For your convenience, Red Door Pediatric Therapy accepts credit cards.
How do I get started?
Contact us and we open the door to communication! We offer a FREE SCREENING of your child’s basic expressive and receptive language skills, articulation skills, fine motor skills, self-care skills and/or sensory development. Based on that screening, we may or may not recommend a formal evaluation. It’s that easy! If you have any questions or concerns about your child’s development, we strongly encourage you to contact us.