At this time I do not personally accept any insurance plans.  I can provide you with a bill to submit to your insurance carrier for possible reimbursement. Some insurance companies cover services using Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy. Please check with your individual insurance carrier for specific information regarding your coverage.

Please contact me to receive an estimate for services. I work hard to ensure that all families can get services.

Payment may be made by checks made payable to: Building Blocks NW

I value your child’s progress in therapy and consistent attendance results in consistent progress!

___ If you must cancel an appointment, please do so by giving 72 hours’ notice. I do encourage rescheduling your appointment if possible. It is essential to keep a regular schedule for any treatment to be successful. Understanding that emergencies do occur, it is my policy that any cancellation with less than 72 hours will result in a charge equal to the full session.

__ If you must cancel or reschedule an appointment, please contact me by voice mail and/or email. Voice mails/Emails can be left 24 hours a day at 206-351-1811 or Shea@BuildingBlocksNW.com

___ Two “no show” cancellations, missing more than 40% of the scheduled treatment sessions, or habitual cancellations will result in the loss of a reserved treatment time slot and/or your child may be discharged from therapy.

___ You will be notified as far in advance as possible when your therapist is ill, on vacation or attending a continuing education conference. Every effort will be made to reschedule your appointments so that your child will miss as little treatment as possible.

____Call or cancel your therapy appointment if Your Child:
*Has a temperature of 100 degrees or higher
*Has vomited within the last 24 hours
*Has had severe diarrhea within 24 hours
*Has been exposed to a contagious condition such as chicken pox, measles, mumps, strep throat, conjunctivitis (Pink eye), pertussis (whooping cough), or Rubella
*If your child is being treated with antibiotics, he/she should be on the drug for at least 24 hours before resuming their regular schedule.

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