1. Call for an intake appointment

If you have concerns about your child’s development call our office at (616) 667-9551. We’ll review your child’s history including any prior evaluations and treatments – and help you decide whether an evaluation is appropriate and which types of assessments will best meet your needs.

Health Care Providers: Please fax your referral to (616) 667-9552.

2. Fill out your intake forms

Intake forms will need to be completed before your first appointment. Login credentials include your email address and a password that will be provided by our office.

Intake Forms

3. Evaluation

Following the initial intake, we may recommend one or more of the following assessments based on individual client needs:
– Occupational Therapy Assessment
– Speech and Language Assessment
– Psychological Consultation / Assessment
– Multidisciplinary Assessment

4. Therapy

Therapies may be individual and/or groups. Frequency and duration of treatment is determined based on individual client needs.

Parent participation is an essential part of the therapy process. Our therapists provide ample parent consultation time as part of each session and work with parents and educators to incorporate therapeutic interventions into all aspects of the client’s life.

5. Billing and Payment

Payments are due at time of service. Our front desk staff will work with you to verify your insurance coverage for our services. That does not always guarantee payment. If an insurance company does not pay for service, it is your responsibility to pay for services provided. Please inform us immediately if any part of your insurance coverage changes.



Occupational, Speech and Physical therapies are paneled with Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) of Michigan, Blue Care Network (BCN), Cofinity, and Priority Health covering a range of diagnoses. We are paneled with all of these providers for autism spectrum services. Clients with other health plans may be able to submit for reimbursement, but payment will be out-of-pocket at the time of treatment.

Contact us with questions