Pediatric Occupational Therapy, Speech-Language Therapy, And Physical Therapy for Autism, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, and other special needs

We accept United Health Care Military Veterans/Tricare,Easter Seals, Kaiser, San Diego Regional Center (SDRC), and private pay.

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FAQ's - Frequently Asked Questions

This collection of frequently asked questions (FAQ's) provides brief answers to many common questions about AutismFITT™ and the services we provide. If you still have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact us for further questions or for information you may need.

Do you have any help for low income or single parents?

Once again we don't need to rely on the CDC to give us stats on how much more expensive it is to raise a child with autism. Being a parent of a child with autism we don't want money to be a limiting factor when getting supplementary therapies for our family member that could help better the quality of their life.
So yes, if you are low income and have supporting W-2's and/or SSI we can possibly get a scholarships with the help of Autism Tree Project Foundation's help which is the local foundation that we have raised over $50,000 for in the last couple of years.

Why do you have payment plans?

We have payment plans because we know that the cost of raising an individual with autism can be very expensive. We understand that being flexible will only help the person with autism in the long run as their caretakers will be able to keep them connected to their supervised program. We can break the payments of session packages into 2 or 3 payments if you need us to.

How long are sessions?

Each session is either 25 or 45 minutes in length it is recommended that the client come in at least 2 times per week to get the benefits of the program and see improvement. Repetition and recall are important to impress the mind to retain physical patterns and movements. With the proper frequency of training sessions a child or young adult can make significant progress.

Do you work with high functioning individuals only?

No, we can work with the full spectrum of individuals from non-verbal, verbal, to aggressive and physically not interested. Our goal is to help our clients enjoy learning exercise through a systematic approach that will also help them gain confidence in performing mundane tasks during daily living. For the average person these tasks are easily done, but for those who are challenged by autism, this is not the case.

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