Helpful Links

Speech and Language

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Apraxia Kids



Stuttering Foundation

Autism Society

Autism Speaks

Hanen Centre

National Center for Learning Disabilities

International Dyslexia Association

U.S. Department of Education

National Reading Panel


Get Ready to Read


Websites/Helpful Links for Parents


Occupational Therapy

Sensory Integration

Book:  The Out of Sync Child, by Kranowitz, Carol


Visual and Hearing Impairment:

Anchor Center for Blind Children

Recordings for the Blind and Dyslexic



Orofacial Myology

Sensory Integration

Therapeutic Listening

Interactive Metronome

Smart Palate Technology

Reading/Math Tutoring

Additional Resources



Therapy Products
ARK Therapeutic

Sensory Processing Foundation

Sensory Processing Disorder Resource Disorder

The American Occupational Therapy Association, Inc.

The Interactive Metronome

Therapeutic Listening

Sensory Processing Disorder Mistaken for ADHD Video

Early Learning Computer Games for Kids

ENC AMBUCS-Adapted tricycles for children with special needs​

Autism Speaks Resource Guide

Career Assistance for People with Autism

National Center for Autism Research & Education

Autism Educational Materials

AutismNOW Transition Planning

Aquatic Therapy for Children with Autism


Guide to Flying with an Autistic Child

The Life-Changing Impact of Autism Service Dogs

Communicating with an Autistic Child; A Parent’s Guide

Creating the Optimal Living Environment for a Child with ADHD

Suggested Classroom Interventions for Children with ADD & Learning Disabilities

Addressing Special Education Needs for Students Learning English as a Second Language

Digital Resources for Students with Autism

50 Must-See Blogs for Special Education Teachers

The Ultimate Guide to Water Safety for Parents and Caregivers of Children with Autism

Teaching Your Child about Peers with Special Needs

Teaching College Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Choosing a College: Planning for Teens with ADD

College Resources for Students with Disabilities

Home Playroom Design for Children with Autism

Resources for Military Families

Academic Accommodation Resources

Estate Planning for Parents of Special Needs Kids

Reduce the Noise: Help Loved Ones with Sensory Overload Enjoy Shopping

Sesame Street Autism Resources for Parents

Switch Accessible Apps for iPads

Apps for Individuals on the Autism Spectrum

Cerebral Palsy Group


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Lutz, FL 33558

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2241 Green Hedges Way
Wesley Chapel, FL 33544

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Frequently Asked Questions

Here are a few questions that we've gotten over the past 10+ years of empowering kids to bloom and succeed through therapy.  For a full list of FAQ, click here.

What happens during our first visit?
Please plan to arrive 10 minutes early for your first appointment. You may download forms online, under "Resources" on the homepage of this website or by clicking here. These forms are password protected, so you will need to contact the office to obtain access. Your therapist will come out to greet you in the waiting room. Your child will be asked to remove his/her shoes, and he/she may choose a pair of socks to wear throughout their visit. This is to keep a healthy, clean environment for everyone and for the safety of the mats in the gym (yes, even the parents please!). Your therapist will then ask background questions and establish rapport in a playful manner. Your child will be put at ease immediately--this is a comfortable, fun, and playful place to be!
Will my insurance cover an evaluation and/or therapy?
Most often, insurance will cover at least a portion, if not all of an evaluation. Coverage for therapy services will depend on the individual insurance plan, and it is often determined by medical necessity. It is each family's responsibility to verify insurance benefits prior to receiving services. We will take a copy of your insurance card to verify your benefits; however, it is ultimately the family's responsibility to research as well.
How long will my child need therapy?
Typically, a treatment plan is established over 6-month increments. Your child will have his/her initial evaluation completed with treatment goals established to be achieved within a 6-month period. Sometimes therapy can extend for longer periods of time depending on progress, diagnosis, and severity of the disorder. Individual treatment plans are established, and parents play an integral role in treatment planning. You can expect that your child will participate in a re-evaluation every 6-9 months to determine if therapy goals need to be revised and to monitor progress. Your insurance may require more frequent documentation, in which case, it is your responsibility to notify your therapist what is required.
What insurance plans do you currently accept?

We are currently in-network for Advent Health, Aetna, Aetna Better Health, Allied, BCBS, CHAMPVA, Cigna, CMS, Coventry, Health First Health Plan, Humana, Meritain, Molina, Multiplan, Simply Health, Staywell, Straight Medicaid, Sunshine, Sunshine Healthy Kids, Tricare Select and Prime, UHC, and UMR.   Although we are out of network with some insurance companies at this time, you may still be eligible for coverage depending on your plan. In addition, being in-network does not always guarantee coverage for disorders that are developmental in nature. Please call the office to discuss your options.