Occupational Therapy Faqs

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Frequently asked Occupational Therapy questions

OT is a skilled service assisting clients with identified conditions to help gain independence. Using trialed strategies, an occupational therapist helps your child advance with their brain, muscles, and senses. Results come in the form of cognitive, behavioral, developmental progression that the child had difficulty progressing forward with prior.

You will need a prescription from your doctor to receive OT services and the prescription will be required at your evaluation. The first visit will be an assessment using standardized occupational therapy assessments as the client is able to participate. Goals are determined and set based on identified deficits and the level of importance that the family places on addressing these deficits. Your occupational therapist will guide you in understanding childhood development so that measurable goals will be realistic based on achievable proposed results.

You will need a prescription from your doctor to receive OT services and the prescription will be required at your evaluation. The first visit will be an assessment using standardized occupational therapy assessments as the client is able to participate. Goals are determined and set based on identified deficits and the level of importance that the family places on addressing these deficits. Your occupational therapist will guide you in understanding childhood development so that measurable goals will be realistic based on achievable proposed results.

Mighty Oaks Therapies is a licensed provider for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas PPO plans. We also have an out-of-pocket pay rate for those looking for a dedicated, knowledgeable, and accessible therapist for your family’s needs.

An OT is required to have a degree in Occupational Therapy from an accredited healthcare university. Some OTs have specializations in areas such as Neuro-Developmental Treatment or DIR Floortime. Please see achievements listed on this website for your occupational therapist’s credentials.

Opportunities for pediatric therapy hours available for qualified PTs and SLPs. Please call 832-792-9399 to find out more...

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