What ages do you serve?

2-18 years old

What steps should I complete before my initial evaluation?

Request a referral for a speech and language and/or occupational therapy evaluation and treatment from your pediatrician.

Request a hearing and vision screening from your pediatrician or through your child’s school.

Complete our Intake Forms and email them to us.

Provide any relevant work samples or additional information from your child’s teachers.

How long are evaluations and treatment sessions?

Evaluations are one hour for both speech and occupational therapy evaluations.

Treatment sessions for occupational therapy are one hour.

Treatment sessions for speech-language therapy are 45 minutes.

What is your cancellation policy?

Cancellations must be made 24 hours before the appointment unless for sickness or an emergency. No shows result in a $25 charge.

Where do you provide services?

We provide services in person at our office in 1:1 and group settings.

Will my insurance cover speech and/or occupational therapy?

Coverage of these services can greatly vary between insurance policies. The first step in verifying whether your insurance policy covers speech and/or occupational therapy is to contact your insurance provider. Puzzle Piece is a preferred provider for Blue Cross Blue Shield, and also accepts out of pocket payers.

How frequent are Puzzle Piece’s speech and occupational therapy sessions?

Puzzle Piece provides speech and occupational therapy services on a weekly basis. Our speech and occupational therapists work closely with parents to determine how many sessions your child is recommended to receive a week. Therapy is typically recommended 1-2x/week. This recommendation is highly dependent on the severity of the child’s needs.

How long will my child need speech and/or occupational therapy services?

Duration of treatment is decided individually for each of our clients and can vary from short to long-term plan of cares.

How do I schedule an evaluation for my child?

Contact us via phone, email, or by stopping by our office. You can also submit an online form on our “Schedule an Appointment” page. Please describe your child, your main concerns, and your availability for scheduling. If we do not connect in person or on the phone, our office staff with respond promptly with information and instructions for next steps.