General Education Downloads
- A Parent’s Guide to Pediatric Therapy
- A Parent’s Guide to Music Therapy
- What is Sensory Integration?
- Torticollis: A Parent’s Resource Guide
- Speech-Language Therapy FAQ’s
- Occupational Therapy FAQ’s
- Fine Motor Milestones & Sensory Processing Red Flags Checklist
Links and Resources
As a convenience to our families we have listedbelow links to resources and websites where you may find additional useful information. However, In Harmony Pediatric Therapy (IHPT) does not control, sponsor or endorse, and is not affiliated or associated with the linked sites or resources. Although some of our families may have had experience with some of these resources, the existence of a link or reference to any such site or resource should not be viewed as an endorsement or sponsorship by IHPT.
Therapy Grants and Scholarships:
- Anchor of Hope Foundation : Anchor of Hope Foundation offers grants to special needs children to help cover the costs of therapy, education, equipment, and other needs not covered by insurance or Medicaid. The maximum grant amount is $250.00 per child per calendar year.
- Champions for Children (Easter Seals) : The Champions for Children Program is designed to primarily assist children and families who do not meet the eligibility requirements for the TEFRA/Katie Beckett Medicaid program. The program will provide direct financial assistance and support services for Georgia’s medically fragile and special needs children and their families.
- Innovative Health Foundation : The purpose of the IHF Clinical Scholarship Program is to increase treatment success for children with developmental disabilities through clinical scholarships and individualized, comprehensive treatment plans. The therapies considered for scholarships include the wide range of individualized programs, but exclude tuition for schools. Currently, scholarships are only offered to families residing in the State of Georgia.
- United Healthcare Children’s Foundation : UHCCF grants provide financial help/assistance for families with children that have medical needs not covered or not fully covered by their commercial health insurance plan. The Foundation aims to fill the gap between what medical services/items a child needs and what their commercial health benefit plan will pay for.
- Easter Seals of West Georgia Assistive Technology Program : Easter Seals of West Georgia provides Assistive Technology for children with special needs (birth to age 6) living in Georgia. The grant allows for $500 to be spent annually per child and provides funds for mobility equipment, augmentative communication devices, durable medical equipment, positioning equipment, learning tools, adaptive daily living tools, adaptive toys, modulation equipment, vision and hearing devices, appliance control devices/environmental control units, orthotics, prosthetics, and accessibility modifications, among others.
Cerebral Palsy Resources:
- Reaching for the Stars – A Foundation of Hope for Children with Cerebral Palsy
- United Cerebral Palsy
- United Cerebral Palsy of Georgia
- Cerebral Palsy Guide – Learn About Therapy Options
Down Syndrome Resources:
Spina Bifida Resources:
Music Therapy Resources:
Occupational Therapy Resources
- The American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA)
- Sensory Processing Disorder Foundation
- Handwriting Without Tears
- Vital Links – Therapeutic Listening
Physical Therapy Resources:
- American Physical Therapy Association
- Hanger, Inc. (Orthotics & Prosthetics)
- United Seating & Mobility
Speech Therapy Resources:
- American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA)
- The Childhood Apraxia of Speech Association of North America
- The Stuttering Foundation
- Georgia Advocacy Office
Summer Camps and Recreational Activities Resources for Children with Special Needs:
- FOCUS – Families of Children Under Stress
- North Metro Miracle League
- K.A.O.S Camp
- Camp Twin Lakes
- GA Learning Resources System 2012 Directory
Adaptive Therapy Equipment:
Parent and Family Support Resources:
- FOCUS – Families of Children Under Stress
- Wrightslaw Yellow Pages for Kids
- Parent to Parent of Georgia
- Champions for Children
- Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities
- National Information Center for Children & Youth With Disabilities
Medicaid/Katie Beckett/ Deeming Waiver Resources:
- Raise Them High, Inc.
- Georgia Department of Community Health
- A Guide to Medicaid Waiver Programs in Georgia
If you are a caregiver, or parent of one of our patients and are aware of additional resources that would be helpful to list for other parents and caregivers, feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will include it on this page.