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We Are Here for You

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We know that choosing our team for your child's development and care is an important decision. We want to make sure you have all the information you need to make the best decision for you & your family.

  • How do I schedule an appointment?
    To schedule an appointment, first click on "Schedule Appointment" button at the top of the page, complete the requested information and click “Submit." Julia Moyer, our Front Desk Coordinator, will contact you to complete a new patient intake and work with you on scheduling.
  • Will insurance cover my visit? How much does Occupational Therapy cost?
    KTT is an in-network provider with all CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield (BCBS) commercial benefit plans as well as Johns Hopkins Employer Health Programs (EHP). For other plans, we are currently considered an out-of-network provider and fees are due at time of service delivery. However, an itemized invoice can be provided so that you may directly submit your bill to your insurance company for reimbursement. Also note that under certain circumstances Cigna and United Healthcare (UHC) will consider KTT as an in-network Provider. The cost of the initial evaluation and individual treatment sessions depend on your individual health plan as well as whether or not KTT is in-network or out-of-network with your insurance company. We are happy to contact your insurance company on your behalf to ask about patient responsibility for deductible, co-pay, and/or or co-insurance amounts. Please contact Julia Moyer at 443-836-5400 for additional details.
  • What conditions do you treat?
    Developmental delays Autism Spectrum disorders ADHD/ADD Down Syndrome Executive functioning delays Genetic disorders Injuries Congenital physical impairments Sensory processing disorders Dysgraphia/Learning disabilities Hypotonia and Visual Impairments
  • I'm unsure if my child needs OT, how can I be sure?"
    Reviewing the following questions may help you to make an informed decision about pursuing OT services… -Is your child meeting expected developmental milestones for motor skills, socialization, play skills, and self-care skills? -Does your child become easily frustrated when trying to use utensils, getting dressed, playing with toys, cutting with scissors? -Does your child struggle with holding and using pencils, crayons, or scissors? -Does your child have difficulty keeping up with writing demands in class or is their handwriting difficult to read? -Does your child avoid participating in sports-type activities or gross motor play with peers? -Does your child lose balance easily or appear clumsy? -Does excessive movement/fidgeting impact how much your child is able to sit and attend during mealtimes, learning activities, or homework? -Does your child exhibit increased irritability with clothing textures, being touched, sounds, or change in plans? -Does your child create or crave excessive sound, smell, touch, or textures? -Does your child have reduced tolerance to food smells, textures, or tastes? -Does your child have difficulty following multi-step directions or figuring out how to perform new tasks? If answering yes to 1 or some of the above questions, think about how this impacts your child’s ability to successfully participate in his/her daily tasks and routines. Is frustration causing emotional outbursts, task avoidance, or interference with socialization?
  • Does my child need an evaluation?
    A comprehensive evaluation provides valuable information about your child’s strengths as well as his/her areas of needed growth. The evaluation process is thorough and involves caregiver input, observation of your child during structured and play activities, and participation in various motor tasks. The therapist may also administer a standardized assessment to provide information about your child’s developmental level in regard to sensory, fine, visual, and/or gross motor skills. Information gathered during the evaluation helps the therapist develop an individualized plan of care consisting of client and family centered goals as well as treatment strategies to target developmental areas.
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