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Current Outpatient Therapy Services

Next Steps for Outpatient Services and Telehealth

At Weisman Children’s the safety of our patients, families, and staff are always our top priority. That is why we are constantly reevaluating our outpatient services to accommodate all of our family’s needs during this unprecedented time. In March 2020, due to the pandemic, we transitioned outpatient services to an exclusive telehealth program. While we celebrate the success and positive outcomes of the program, on June 1, 2020, we began to offer in person services for those unable to participate in our telehealth services.

Outpatient Centers Reopening

Whether you are a new or existing part of our family, we want you to know what we are doing to ensure that you and your child will be safe when coming in for your inperson rehabilitation services. Since the start of the pandemic, Weisman Children’s has and will continue to follow CDC and Department of Health guidelines for cleaning and care every day.

We are no longer limiting the number of appointments and people in the building, however, all of our waiting rooms remain closed at this time. We will continue to provide enhanced cleaning between each patient appointment. All of our staff will wear masks, eye protections and gloves during therapy sessions and ask patients above the age of 2 and their parents to wear masks as well.

For more details on the safety measures and guidelines,, please watch this video.

Additionally, below is a helpful resource video to welcome your child back into our care

What is Telehealth?

Telehealth is the use of technologies (video and/or audio) by a therapist to deliver services to a patient when he/she is located in a different site than the therapist. The telehealth service offered to you and/or your child will allow for a real-time therapy appointment with a therapist via secure and interactive video or audio equipment. This is not the same as a direct patient/therapist visit, because you will not be in the same room as the therapist performing the service, but the same rules apply.

Thank you for your patience as we continue to provide the care your children deserve as safely and effectively as possible. Please reach out to a Weisman Children’s representative to see which form of outpatient services are appropriate for your family.