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Raising Hands

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What can my child & I expect during a visit?
    A warm, relaxed, fun environment where all families are welcome. Your child will love coming to the Clubhouse! Compassion and Love. You can expect your therapist to love your child and your family! It is hard when your child is having difficulty in any of the areas that have brought you to us. You can expect support for not only your child, but your family. Your child will feel successful! It is so important that your child feels motivated to participate in therapy, and the best way to accomplish this is through celebrating and building on their successes! They will have fun during each session, and will leave knowing they did a great job! You can expect your therapist to strive to provide the best possible care for your child through furthering their education on a regular basis, and ensuring they are up to date on new research and information in our field.
  • Where are you located?
    Clubhouse Pediatric Therapy 60 Noble Court Suite 120 Heath, TX 75032
  • How often are sessions?
    Sessions may vary in frequency and duration based on your child’s needs. Often sessions occur 1-2x/week. Sessions range from 30 minutes to 1 hour.
  • Do you offer virtual, or remote sessions?
    It is most ideal for sessions to be held in the clinic, however, remote sessions are an option based on your child’s needs, maturity, and compliance level. Some children are a great fit for virtual services! Although we are able to do sessions virtually, we do require that the initial evaluation be in person at the clinic. It is also strongly recommended that your child is seen in person at least once every three months, and for their final appointment. During virtual sessions, we require that a caregiver is present.
  • Can parents sit in during the session?
    Parents are always welcome and encouraged to attend sessions, and we highly recommend caregivers be involved in the therapy process.
  • Do you accept insurance?
    Clubhouse Pediatric Therapy is in network with: BCBS Medicaid We also see patients with a self pay rate and provide superbills. A superbill allows you to seek reimbursement of sessions with your insurance company. Although there is no guarantee that you will receive any reimbursement, many health care plans provide partial coverage for pediatric therapy services. You are encouraged to check with your benefit plan for this coverage. Contact us to learn more about the self pay rates for sessions!
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