Application Process


Prior to any new patient scheduling, we require a completed application to determine if your child's needs fall within the scope of our services.

1. Completing Application

If you are concerned about your child's developmental delays, please complete the full application
Before you apply, be sure to read Evaluation & Diagnoses.

Download Application

All requested information must be included with completed application, including insurance information, school forms, and custody agreements. Insurance coverage will be verified. We will contact you to schedule the appointment and talk with you regarding insurance or any financial concerns you may have.

  1. School Documentation
    If your child is receiving special education services, it is also very helpful it you also include documentation from your school district called, “Full and Individual Evaluation” (FIE). This report will let our clinicians know what testing has been completed by your school, and what classification and resources they are giving to your child.

  2. Medical Documentation
    If your child has been seen by other specialists (e.g. neurologist, geneticist, endocrinologist, surgeon, GI specialist), it is useful if you include their reports or findings.

2. Application Review

Once your completed application has been received, your child's application will be reviewed by our Psychology Director, Clinical Director or Neurodevelopmental Pediatrician. They will determine which of the services and departments within the Center are most appropriate for your child. We will contact you to schedule the appointment and talk with you regarding insurance or any financial concerns you may have.

3. Keep in Mind

If the concerns you have for your child are outside the scope of our practice (for example, significant mental health issues such as bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, suicidal thoughts, rage disorders, etc.), you will be notified of more appropriate agencies and resources.

4. Appointments

Once your completed application has been reviewed, you will be contacted to schedule an appointment. Wait times vary by department and clinicians.