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Why should your child seek occupational therapy at Scott & White?

At the Children’s Hospital at Scott & White, we take a dedicated family-centered care approach to ensure your child’s occupational therapy needs are met in an environment that is respectful and compassionate toward your child. Substantial resources are available to help you and your child with short- or long-term physical, sensory, visual-perceptual, and cognitive deficits.

To read more about pediatric occupational therapy, visit the Website of the American Occupational Therapy Association.

How can I get my child in to see a pediatric occupational therapist?

You will need a referral from your physician before you see a pediatric occupational therapist. You should contact your insurance company to learn about your child’s coverage. To set up an appointment to see a Scott & White occupational therapist, call the department directly at 254.724.2854.

If your child is a Scott & White Health Plan patient, your pediatrician will need to refer you to a pediatric occupational therapist if he or she suspects your child has an issue with the performance of daily activities.