How Does Your Engine Run?
A program for families with children needing help regulating their energy level
(based on the alert program for self-regulation)
How much does it cost?
Please read Carefully
The center will offer this 6 week program for a self pay tuition of $300. If Medicaid or Caresource is your primary insurance, it will cover the cost of this program; however, Molina, Paramount, Buckeye & United Healthcare Community Plan will not. We cannot bill Medicaid or Caresource as a secondary insurance.
A sliding fee scale is available upon proof of income and approval and must be arranged in advance.
The camp fee of $300 must be paid in full by Friday, June 9th and is non-refundable once the camp has started.
When is it?
The group will be held on the following dates from 2-4pm:
Wednesdays: June 21, 28 / July 5, 12, 19, 26
*please plan on attending all 6 sessions*
Who is eligible?
Children between the ages of 7 to 10 that meet the criteria listed in the previous section. If you have questions about your child, give us a call.
How does It work?
This program is designed to teach parents and children how to recognize “engine speeds”, how to monitor “engine levels”, and finally how to regulate “engine rate” using sensori-motor strategies. You will learn how to use your engine at the appropriate level for what ever you are doing!
Ask yourself these questions:
- Does my child seem to have an endless supply of energy?
- Has my child been described as being “constantly on the go”?
- Does my child have difficulty transitioning between activities?
- Does my child have difficulty behaving in large groups or noisy environments?
- Does my child have difficulty calming down for bedtime?
If you answered “yes” to several of these questions, your child may be “just right” for this program
To learn more or register, please call Jenna at 440.984.2416, today!
If you have specific questions about ‘How Does Your Engine Run?’
Contact : Erin Blake OTR/L 440-984-2416