Frequently Asked Questions
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What sets Lindegard Therapy apart?
We provide ABA, Speech, & Occupational Therapy in house. We have high success rates with teaching young children to use words (even children who have severe apraxia of speech) and high success rates with adaptive areas such as toilet training. We also provide a high supervision to technician ratio and team training that goes above and beyond board standards.
Do you diagnose Autism?
We do not formally diagnose Autism but can help refer families to clinicians who can provide a diagnosis. If you need help with this process please feel free to reach out to us.
What ages do you serve?
Lindegard Therapy is an early intervention program. We provide therapy services up to school age and provide transition support into the school setting.
What services do you provide?
Lindegard Therapy provides 1:1 ABA, Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Parent Coaching, Home Coaching, Intensive Programming (Toilet Training, Sleep Training & Feeding), and Classroom Support.
How is insurance handled?
Lindegard Therapy handles all insurance authorizations and claims. Families are only responsible for co-pay & deductible. Families are given detailed information on insurance costs before therapy begins.
About Our Services
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) aims to identify environmental variables that shape and influence behavior. Because Autism affects language development, maladaptive behaviors such as frequent tantrums, aggression and noncompliance can arise. Through analyzing and understanding these behaviors, ABA provides tools to help families address behavioral difficulties while helping children learn to build functional communication and social skills.
Whether your child has limited verbal skills, unclear speech, difficulties following directions, or a restricted expressive vocabulary, speech and language therapy can address the communication difficulties that are often at the root of problem behaviors such as tantrums and aggression. For older children whose language is more developed, speech interventions can help address more subtle comprehension and social communication concerns.
Occupational therapy can help children across all areas of development including physical, sensory, motor, social, emotional, and behavior. The goal of occupational therapy is to support health and participation in life through engagement in everyday tasks & routines. For children these daily tasks include toileting, grooming, eating/mealtime routines, education, play, and social participation. Occupational therapy can evaluate whether your child has met developmental milestones in a wide variety of occupations, and then design a treatment plan to support appropriate skill development.
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