We are currently providing “Phase Two” in-person services for significant and high to moderate clinical needs that cannot be met through virtual service delivery and require in-person and/or hands on services. This may include:
- OT/PT assessments
- supports needed for entry into school
- AAC dispensing and training on new device
- Scheduling phase one and phase two in person audiology and IHP clients
- Scheduling speech and language assessments and reassessments
The above list is only meant to provide examples. It is recognized that there will always be exceptions and families are encouraged to talk to their therapist if they have concerns regarding the needs of a specific client or family.
Please note, phase one in person services have been underway since June 1st, 2020, including high risk audiology, Infant Screening Program, urgent equipment, urgent feeding and high needs handling and positioning needs.