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Frequently Asked Questions

Occupational Therapy

How Can Occupational Therapy Help My Child?

Occupational therapy is designed to help any child who is not meeting developmental milestones. 

This includes:

Sensory Processing

Fine Motor Delays

Gross Motor Delays


Autism Spectrum Disorder

Coordination and Balance Issues

Visual Perceptional and Motor Integration Challenges

Social Skills and Play Development

Behavioral Issues and Impulse Control

Self-Care skills such as dressing, bathing, brushing teeth and hair

Down Syndrome

Cerebral Palsy

Picky Eaters

Toilet training

Reaching full potential

Will You Come to My Child's School or Daycare?

We can provide services at any private school, preschool, homeschool co-op, or daycare as long as the school is agreeable. We work with the teacher and staff to come at a time that is least disruptive for the child's routine. We currently visit schools in South Lexington and Versailles. 

Will My Insurance Cover Therapy Services?

We currently accept the following insurances and continue to add more: 


Aetna Better Health of Kentucky


United Healthcare 


Kentucky Medicaid


We also offer low private pay rates with a 20% discount for same day payment. 


I Am Not Sure If My Child is Meeting Developemental Milestones. What Can I Do?

If you are having concerns about your child's development, please call us for a free consultation. This includes a 15-minute conversation with a qualified therapist in which you can share your concerns without committing to a full evaluation. The therapist will ask questions about your child's development and if needed, recommend an evaluation. 

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