From minor delays in communication or motor development to severe conditions like autism, cerebral palsy, or down syndrome, our professional therapy staff have the experience and expertise to help your child overcome the challenges that are keeping him or her from progressing.
The Achieve Center will be temporarily closed for two weeks, beginning March 20, and will reopen on April 6, 2020.
Our government leaders at Federal, State and local levels have strongly encouraged social distancing, and businesses of all types, including non-emergent medical and dental offices, have temporarily closed to stem the tide of the outbreak of COVID-19.
Although we have taken extraordinary measures to maintain a safe and healthy environment for our patients, we have made the decision and feel a social responsibility to temporarily close our office to the public for the next two weeks. During this time we encourage all patients and their families to practice social distancing and stay home, to the extent possible.
Many of our patients have already responded positively to our teletherapy option. While we have the technology now, we will be using the next two weeks to transition patients to teletherapy who prefer this option over in-office therapy, to begin once we reopen on April 6.
Please be on the lookout for further communications via text and email regarding teletherapy. Many of our patients who have already begun teletherapy have found extraordinary success with it and we are very encouraged about this treatment option.
If you are interested in teletherapy, please email our office at email@example.com.
During this temporary closure, we will monitor voicemail and respond to your calls as soon as possible. For a faster response to general questions, we encourage you to reach out to us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will monitor all emails and will respond to you promptly during normal office hours.
Once we reopen on April 6:
• We will continue to offer curbside pick-up for in-office visits to minimize the number of people in our waiting room and to encourage continued social distancing.
• We will continue to follow increased sanitizing procedures, including proper and frequent sanitization of all frequently touched surfaces and toys, handwashing by our staff using soap and water before and after each appointment, and increased accessibility to hand sanitizer.
• Staff will continue to stay home if they are sick or have symptoms such as fever or cough.
We will continue to monitor and follow guidelines and directives from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), public health officials, and Federal, State and local government leaders to help minimize any risk to our patients. We are committed to helping keep our families and community safe.
We know that you recognize how important each day is to the development of your child. Thank you for the opportunity to help your child improve and achieve their potential.
Serving Eastern Washington with locations in Wenatchee, Spokane, Moses Lake, and Tri-Cities, the Achieve Center provides pediatric speech and language therapy, physical therapy, and occupational therapy to children with developmental disabilities and delays from birth to age 21.
Founded in 2004, the Achieve Center was born out of a desire to help children and their families. Simply put, we help kids get better.
Every day is critical in the development of a child. Providing services early helps children catch up and increases their chances for success. Click below for information to help you get started.get started today
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