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Graduation and Discharge Policy

Your child will be discharged from therapy when:

  • Functional skills are achieved.
  • There is a plateau in the progress achieved with intervention services. A detailed Home Program with parent education is provided to optimize and preserve the skills obtained.
  • There is a transfer of services to home or school.
  • There is a history of limited participation such as frequent cancellations and/or non-attendance to scheduled appointments.
  • Discontinuance is requested.
  • There is a change in the child’s medical condition limiting the benefits of therapy at the time.
Last Updated: 07-14-2016
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