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Q: Do the results of the therapy last or does the child have to come back?
A: The results of the therapy are usually permanent. Only on rare occasions has a child had to return to therapy after they graduated.
Q: How soon will I see positive results from the therapy?
A: Most parents see some type of improvement within the first two months.
Q: Are most parents happy with the results of vision therapy?
A: The best way to answer this is to let you read an article that was published in the Journal of Behavioral Optometry in 1995. Click here to read the article.
Q: What do the therapy sessions cost?
A: Contact the office for current prices.
Q: Does insurance cover therapy?
A: We have mixed success getting coverage. Probably less than 25% of our students get some type of insurance reimbursement.
Q: Do you have to pay in advance?
A: No. However, if you pay for 10 sessions in advance, you get a 10% discount. Therapy is based on a pay as you go format. Some parents pay weekly, and some pay monthly.
Q: Is there any kind of payment plan?
A: The clinic offers a deferred payment plan where we bill you $400.00 and continue to bill you that amount monthly after the child graduates until the account has a zero balance. There is no interest charge.
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