Frequently Asked Questions

Hoes does this process work?

The first contact is usually made via phone.  During this conversation we will discuss the purpose of your call (therapy or testing).  Logistical information such as scheduling, hours, and fees will be reviewed.  If Dr. Rose sounds like a good fit for your child then we will schedule an adults only initial consultation.    

What can I expect at the first meeting?

The first meeting is usually described as an intake session or initial consultation.  This meeting is with adults only and lasts one hour.  During the first meeting we will review your concerns and gather a thorough developmental history. This consultation is not an interview, but a conversation to determine if the practice can he helpful to your child and family. Some parents choose to bring previous testing reports or medical records to be reviewed during this meeting.  By the end of the meeting we have usually determined the best course of action (therapy or testing) for your child.   

Do you take insurance?

Rose Assessment & Therapy Center does not take private insurance and is not an "in network" provider, but some insurances may provide "out of network" benefits.  Patients can be provided with a bill that documents the specific procedure codes and amount/fee of service provided which can then be submitted to the insurance carrier. Note that all fees for service are due at the time of the service unless otherwise agreed upon. Payment for services is accepted by health savings account (HSA), flex spending accounts (FSA), cash, check, or credit card (Master Card®, Visa®, Discover®).