Your child is unique with very specific needs. NAPA embraces these differences with an understanding that individualized programs work better. For this reason, no two intensives are alike. We work with you to incorporate our wide range of therapies into a customized intensive program specific to your child’s needs and your family’s goals.
DMI is a comprehensive intervention used by physical and occupational therapists that incorporates current research on neurorehabilitation, technologies, and methodologies.
The mission of the NAPA Center Feeding Program is to provide families and their children with the skills and techniques necessary to love eating and to become safer, more comfortable, and confident in advancing their child’s feeding and swallowing skills.
NAPA is proud to offer Trexo Plus, the first wearable robotic platform designed to help children with disabilities experience walking.
Our intensive programs, which may include combinations of occupational, physical, & speech therapy, are customized for each child based on their needs & goals.
The NeuroSuit frames the body providing support and resistance simultaneously. It facilitates proper movement and provides additional weight bearing distributed strategically throughout the body.
CME is a dynamic technique used in physical and occupational therapy aimed at provoking improved postural responses in patients to promote progress toward developmental milestones.
Want to determine if your child is a candidate for intensive therapy? The first step is to fill out our intake paperwork online. Make sure you have your most current OT, PT, and speech evaluation on hand so you can upload them before submitting this form. If you have insurance you would like to be reviewed, please include an uploaded picture of the front and back of your insurance card.
After you submit your paperwork, please allow up to two weeks for our therapists to review your intake form and determine if your child is a candidate for our intensive program. At this time, they will decide what type of therapy and how many hours should be included in your individualized plan. Our intensive coordinator will send you an email with our finalized therapy recommendations.
After we know what type of therapy and how many hours are appropriate for your child, we can move forward with scheduling. Click below to fill out the Intensive Request Form for the session of your choice. At this time, you can also request an intensive cost breakdown, which is an estimate of what we anticipate insurance will pay regarding your specific recommended therapy plan.
After we receive your Intensive Request form, our intensive coordinator will reach out to you with a possible opening for the session you requested. Please note, filling out this form lets us know that you are interested in a specific session. It does not guarantee you a spot on our schedule. Your spot is confirmed once you place a $1,000 deposit for the tentative schedule provided by the intensive coordinator. If the session you requested is all booked up, we will add you to the waitlist for that session date and send you an email confirmation.
In an effort to make therapy affordable and convenient for our families, we accept many insurance plans, and are contracted with local regional centers and school districts.
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