Information For New Patients

As a new patient or as a prospective new patient, you may have a lot of questions for us. Below you’ll find information that most of our new patients find useful. If you still have questions please give us a call or contact us via the form below.

Questions?
New Patient Information

Getting Started Is Easy!

1

Call the clinic or email to inquire about Speech or Occupational Therapy services.

Share your concerns with the staff.

2

Set up an evaluation appointment.

Provide insurance information, discuss scheduling availability.

3

Receive a welcome email which will include instructions for your first visit.

Complete paperwork prior to evaluation.

4

Come to your scheduled appointment and meet your therapist!

Bring any additional information such as prior evaluation, IEPs or doctor’s reports.

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What Should You Expect From The Initial Evaluation?

During your initial evaluation visit, you will check at the front desk window. Our Front Desk Coordinator will notify your therapist of your arrival, who will then meet you in the lobby. The therapist will guide you and your child to the evaluation room where they will complete an evaluation, typically one hour, which includes a parent/caregiver interview regarding your concerns, standardized testing as needed and other clinical observations as needed. Once the evaluation is completed, your therapist will provide information regarding when your next session will be. An evaluation report will be written up following your initial visit and a copy can be provided to you. After your appointment, the Front Desk Coordinator will help you to check out.

Insurance Information

At Developmental Therapy Associates, we accept a wide variety of insurance plans. Please take a look at our insurance page for answers to many of your insurance questions.

Telehealth For Occupational & Speech Therapy

Developmental Therapy Associates offers remote therapy which is provided by a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist and/or Occupational Therapist via a secured platform. Click the button below for more information.

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Some Frequently Asked Questions

For answers to other frequently asked questions, please visit our FAQ page.

  • The sessions for Speech Therapy are normally 30 minutes in length, and an initial evaluation will
    be 60 minutes.
  • All Occupational Therapy sessions are 60 minutes, and this is for both Initial evaluations and
    regular treatment sessions.
  • For both Speech Therapy and Occupational Therapy, the evaluations are 60 minutes in length.
  • Yes, we do! We have been treating adults (18+) for many years. Please get in touch with us for more information about any adult needs you may have.
  • A free screening is a short (approx. 10-15 minute) meeting with your child that will briefly analyze the child’s speech and language skills. During play-based tasks, we screen your child’s speech production/articulation skills, as well as take a brief look at your child’s ability to understand and use language.
  • If a further evaluation is needed you will be contacted directly by the therapist your child initially worked with.
  • Following your child’s screening the therapist that completed the screening will contact you to discuss why your child or loved one was recommended for further evaluation.
  • The therapist will briefly explain what a screening consists of, in addition, to the reasons your child may be a good candidate for speech-language or occupational therapy services.

Schedule Your Initial Evaluation For Speech Therapy & Occupational Therapy in Raleigh, Cary or Durham

Schedule your initial evaluation for speech or occupational therapy in RaleighCary, or Durham . Simply fill out the form below and a member of our team will get in touch with you to get you on the schedule. We work with both adults and children to help them gain the skills they need to be successful in their every day activities. Our therapy services include speech therapy, occupational therapy, Irlen screenings, reading therapy & dyslexia therapy, autism, integrated listeningtherapeutic listening, handwriting programs, feeding therapy, and bike riding lessons. We have 3 locations that are convenient to anywhere in the Triangle, so we see clients from Chapel Hill, Wake Forest, Apex, Holly Springs, Clayton, Garner, Fuquay-Varina, Morrisville, Knightdale, Wendell, and the surrounding cities and towns. If you have questions, you can call any of our office numbers or you can contact us online.