Any therapists that deal with Autism?
My child has autism and has been asked by her home therapists a few times if she has any future appointments. I don't see how that is any of their business since it has nothing to do with them. Is that the norm for therapists to ask that question or are they trying to be nosy and dig for information? Just curious. Thanks
My bad... they asked me.. not her. It's therapy done at home.
My daughter is a toddler
It's for her autism... they have therapy for children with Autism and they can provide services at home.
- coolLv 61 year agoFavourite answer
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- dripLv 71 year ago
Yes, the therapist should know of any medical appointments or procedures that are coming up.
- Anonymous1 year ago
If you're dealing with a toddler, I'm not certain why you need a home therapist...