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G&E Therapies Frequently Asked Questions:

  1. What do you do? G&E Therapies is a community based rehabilitation company serving the needs of the people, agencies and facilities in our area.  This includes, but is not limited to, Early Intervention, Pre-School and School age children, Home Care and Nursing Home coverage.  We are flexible to meet the needs and demands of the people and facilities we serve.

  2. How do I contact you?  Call us at 1-877-GandE07 and listen to your options or go to our website at www.gandetherapies.com for e-mail options.

  3. Do you accept insurance?  We do not accept private insurance however we accept private pay clients. We can be flexible and work with you to get your invoices reimbursed to you by your insurance company.  We will include all necessary information for the insurance company to reimburse you from your paid invoice.

  4. I think my child might need therapy!  What do I do?  If your child is between the ages of birth and three, call the Health Department in your County and ask to speak to an Early Intervention Service Coordinator.  They will provide you with information as to how to access the Health Department Early Intervention system.  If your child is between the ages of 3 and 21, call your school district’s Special Services Office and ask for assistance.  For any child, you should also discuss your concerns with your child’s Primary Care Physician to see if your child is progressing at an expected rate.  If not, he/she may recommend further services.

  5. Who pays for these services?  Once your child is referred to the Health Department or School system, they will conduct an intake on your child and provide your child with a comprehensive evaluation.  If you child qualifies for services, therapists will be contacted to treat your child.  This service is paid for by the Health Department for children 0-3 and by the school system for children 3-5.  Your private insurance will be billed for services provided.  However, there is no cost at this time, to the family or child in any way for any service recommended by the Health Department.  

  6. Can I have you come to my house and treat my child if they are already getting therapy at school?  Yes!  G&E Therapies is a wonderful compliment to the services your child already receives at school.  Contact your Primary Care Physician (PCP) for a script for Physical or Occupational therapy services then give us a call to begin treatment.  Speech Language Pathology and Special Education services do not require a PCP prior authorization.

  7. We have a 3 month maternity leave at our facility.  Can you help cover us?  Yes!  The more advanced notice we have for long term staffing needs, the more likely we will be to be able to assist your staffing needs.  We will do our best to provide full coverage with far enough advanced notice.

  8. What if I only want one day off?  Can you help cover us?  Yes!  Again, the more advanced notice which is provided, the more likely we will be able to assist your staffing needs.  You can also call us for unexpected staffing needs (ie:  illness) and we will provide staffing if available.

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