Special Needs Services

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PROFESSIONAL EVALUATION

INSURANCE ACCEPTED

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Child Care

Special Needs Trained Sitters

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Personal Care

Academic/Respite/Personal Support

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Occupational/Speech/Behavior Therapy

Behavior/Occupational/Speech Therapy

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1-1 Private Nursing

1-1 Nursing Care

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How To Get Started

Simple Steps

Step 1

Contact us by calling our office or using our online form. This contact will automatically offer to schedule an Initial Intake at your earliest convenience.

Step 2

Initial Intake will be virtual meeting or phone call to answer any questions and begin to understand the needs of your family and loved one.

Step 3

Virtual meeting to conduct FREE Professional Assessment is completed, along with a Pre-Meet. We have carefully chosen a caregiver to fit your needs and preferences. They answer any questions and begins to build repor. All paperwork is complete.

Step 4

First Initial visit will take place with chosen caregiver. Play will take place and relationships will begin to flourish.

 
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My family is grateful for PBHH. They have helped us make life easier, more fun and my kiddo is progressing more than ever.

Riley Jones

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PBHH was right on time. Just when I thought I would have to quit my job I found them and they have helped provide the care my kiddo needs. They are reliable and fun.

Payton Hillman

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I never thought it was possible for my kiddo to be normal again. PBHH has partnered with their other therapists and the progress has been amazing. I have hope that I never had before. It saved my marriage and made my kiddo so happy.

Jessie Brown

 
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FAQ

Play Therapy Vs. ABA Therapy

Play Therapy, like ABA, is also a behavior therapy. The difference is that we view 'behaviors' in young children and elderly, that are considered by adults, to be 'negative' as simply a frustrated or scared person’s way of trying to communicate, to get your attention. So, we focus on developing those engagement and communication skills using the most natural and best strategy for young children and elderly, play! And don't forget, the reward in PLAY therapy is the relationship and understanding.

What is Play Therapy?

Play therapy is a psychotherapeutic approach primarily used to help children and elderly explore their lives and freely express repressed thoughts and emotions through play. Therapeutic play normally takes place in a safe, comfortable playroom, where very few rules or limits are imposed on the child, encouraging free expression and allowing the therapist to observe the child’s choices, decisions, and play style. The goal is to help children learn to express themselves in healthier ways, become more respectful and empathetic, and discover new and more positive ways to solve problems.
   
Common Concerns

    •    Head injury

    •    Stroke

    •    Parkinsonism

    •    Dementia

    •    ADHD

    •    Cerebral Palsy

    •    Autism

    •    Learning difficulty

    •    Mental stress

    •    Anxiety disorder

    •    Depression

    •    Cognitive disorders

    •    Neurological disorders

What are the Benefits of Play Therapy?

Therapeutic play helps children/elderly with social or emotional deficits learn to communicate better, change their behavior, develop problem-solving skills, and relate to others in positive ways. It is appropriate for children undergoing or witnessing stressful events in their lives, such as a serious illness or hospitalization, domestic violence, abuse, trauma, a family crisis, or an upsetting change in their environment. Play therapy can help children with academic and social problems, learning disabilities, behavioral disorders, anxiety, depression, grief, or anger, as well as those with attention deficit disorders or who are on the autism spectrum.


    •    Builds confidence

    •    Improves social skills

    •    Improves cooperation with others

    •    Improves brain function

    •    Releases stress

    •    Relaxation

    •    Improves mood and the person becomes optimistic

    •    Stimulates laughter which is considered as the best medicine

    •    Develops self-esteem

    •    Encourages body movements

    •    Improves balance and co-ordination

    •    Improves perception, joint position sense

    •    Stimulates the mind and boosts creativity

    •    Helps deal with negative emotions

    •    Helps accepting and developing new ways for dealing with their disability or any physical condition

    •    Encourages to play sports

Do you offer sliding scale rates?

We accept most insurances including Medicaid. In the event hardship is a concern our office is always looking to find solutions for our clients to receive the care they need.

Does my Child Need a Diagnosis to Receive Treatment?

Clients are not required to have a diagnosis to receive treatment. However, in order to utilize insurance a diagnosis must be retained.