Children in our Early Intervention Program receive treatment from graduate level Teachers and licensed Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapists in their natural environments.
EARLY INTERVENTION OVERVIEW
Children require a wide range of learning experiences in order to gain skills and abilities that will help them to grow. Our early intervention (EI) specialists typically work with children from infancy to age three in order to address any needs or delays in their developmental process.
Because research suggests that young children learn best in their natural environment, our EI Specialists travel to the family home or meet in a community setting to enhance cognitive, social, speech, and motor development through play and daily routines. Our EI specialists provide education and training to families and caregivers in an effort to promote skill acquisition across all areas of development. Children in our EI program may also receive services from our Speech, Occupational, and Physical Therapists as appropriate according to each child’s plan.
MEET OUR TEAM
Click here to learn more about our staff of graduate level Teachers and licensed Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapists.
This list contains Pediatric Therapy’s most commonly billed insurance carriers, which is subject to change and is not all-inclusive. Certain exceptions may apply by specific member coverage or plan. If you have questions about your coverage please contact your insurance carrier or reach out to our billing department at 360-823-5147 or 360-823-5155.
Molina/Apple Health/Medicaid Aetna
Amerigroup MCO CHPW Cigna
Coordinated Care First Choice Health Net- TriCare Lifewise of Washington MODA Premera
Providence Good Health Plan (Preferred for PPO plans) Regence United Healthcare
For Early Intervention referrals (ages 0-3):
Beth Markell, VP of Pediatric Therapy
For questions about our therapy services:
FOR CURRENT CLIENTS
If you are a current client and do not have access to the Patient Portal, click here to request access.