COVID-19

We are open! And happy to announce our therapist have been fully vaccinated against Covid-19!

We are now seeing clients in person, at home, and at daycares, but still happy to offer tele-therapy services for those needed. All of us at Pediatric Hands On Therapy have greatly appreciated your patience while we learn to navigate this new way of life. While we are very excited to finally get back to the playing we love to do, we are first-and-foremost committed to keeping our kids, their families, and our staff healthy! Below you will find Covid-19 policies and procedures. We ask that you read them carefully so you can assist us in providing the best possible care to all as we move forward.

Upon arrival to the clinic, please text or call your therapist to notify them that you have arrived. We will be greeting all patients outside as the waiting room area will remain closed at this time. We ask that you remain in your car or outside, while social distancing from others, until the therapist returns your child following treatment. If you would like to join your child during their sessions , you are welcome, but we ask only parents/guardians do so; no siblings or others at this time.

Upon arrival, your child’s temperature will be checked, as well as yours if you wish to come into the treatment session. Anyone with a fever above 99.5 will be asked to remain at home and not return for at least 72 hours after the fever has subsided.

Patients and therapists will wash their hands (or use hand sanitizer) before, during, and after each session.

All therapists are required to wear masks throughout each treatment session.  We also have masks available for clients, as well as for parents if they want to join their child in treatment.

Staff will be sanitizing toys and equipment after each use.

We have increased clinic capacity, but our therapists will continue to be mindful of social distancing while treating.

Upon arrival, parents will be asked the following questions to ensure we continue to do our part to decrease the spread of Covid- 19. We ask that you answer honestly.

Has anyone in your household tested positive for Covid-19, or awaiting a test result?

Has anyone in your household been exposed to Covid-19?

Has anyone in your household displayed symptoms of Covid-19 (fever, fatigue, dry cough, difficulty breathing, decreased taste, or smell)?

We thank you for helping us stop the spread of Covid-19. We’re excited to get back to doing what we love while continuing to provide the best care possible to all of our families.