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What services does Crosswalk Children's Health offer?

Crosswalk Children’s Health offers a range of services, including Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy, early intervention, speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, social skills groups, parent and caregiver training, and behavioral consultation. These services are designed to meet the unique needs of children with special needs, particularly those diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

How do I know if my child needs services from Crosswalk Children's Health?

If your child has been diagnosed with ASD or if you have concerns about their development, it is advisable to seek an evaluation from a qualified professional. They can assess your child’s needs and determine if services from Crosswalk Children’s Health would be beneficial. Crosswalk Children’s Health also offers consultations to help guide you in understanding your child’s needs and exploring appropriate services.

How long does the therapy process typically last?

The duration of therapy varies depending on the individual needs of each child. Some children may require ongoing therapy for an extended period, while others may achieve their goals and transition to a maintenance or follow-up program. The therapy process is continually assessed and adjusted based on your child’s progress and goals.

Will my child receive one-on-one therapy?

Yes, Crosswalk Children’s Health provides one-on-one therapy sessions tailored to each child’s needs and goals. Their skilled professionals work closely with your child, focusing on individualized intervention plans and providing personalized attention to maximize progress.

Do you accept insurance?

Crosswalk Children’s Health strives to make their services accessible and accepts a variety of insurance plans. They can assist you in verifying insurance coverage and working with your insurance provider to facilitate the authorization and billing process.

How are the progress and goals of my child tracked?

Crosswalk Children’s Health utilizes data-driven approaches to track your child’s progress and goals. They collect data during therapy sessions to assess skill acquisition, behavior changes, and overall progress. This data analysis informs decision-making and helps determine the effectiveness of interventions.

Can parents/caregivers be involved in the therapy process?

Yes, Crosswalk Children’s Health recognizes the vital role of parents and caregivers in their child’s development. They encourage active involvement and provide parent and caregiver training sessions to equip you with strategies and techniques to reinforce therapy goals at home and in daily routines.

Where are the services provided?

Crosswalk Children’s Health offers services in their dedicated centers, which provide a safe and supportive environment for therapy sessions. Depending on your child’s needs and goals, services can also be provided in natural environments such as the home, school, or community settings.

How do I get started with Crosswalk Children's Health?

To get started, you can contact Crosswalk Children’s Health directly to schedule an initial consultation or evaluation. During this process, they will gather information about your child’s needs and guide you through the next steps for enrollment in their services.

What sets Crosswalk Children's Health apart from other providers?

Crosswalk Children’s Health distinguishes itself through its team of highly trained professionals, individualized treatment plans, data-driven decision making, collaborative approach, and commitment to compassionate care. They prioritize the well-being and success of each child, aiming to make a lasting impact on their lives and empower them to reach their full potential.