Calendar and Fees
January 13, 2014 - March 6, 2014
April 7, 2014 - May 29, 2014
June 23, 2014 - July 31, 2014
(6 week program)
TOTAL FEES $215
The Motor Development Clinic is partially self-supportive, thus fees
for the services rendered have to be charged. A one time fee is
charged for the assessment battery which includes the administration
and scoring of the tests, a brief assessment summary, and an ITP.
There is no charge for the consultation with the parent, clinic
director, and clinic coordinator. The assessment fee is based on
the number of assessments administered. A fee for the therapy is
also charged. This fee varies according to: 1) grouping (individual
or small group sessions) and 2) length of the quarter therapy sessions.
The Motor Development Clinic offers four therapy sessions each year
which follow the university's quarter system. For the fall, winter,
and spring quarters the clinic operates for eight weeks, meeting
once or twice a week, for 50 minutes each session. The clinic opens
in early afternoon with the first session usually beginning at 2
p.m. and subsequent sessions throughout the afternoon.
For the summer quarter the clinic
operates within a more condensed schedule. Clients attend for longer
periods each day, but for fewer weeks. The groups are larger than
the school-year program and all clients participate in the same basic
activities. The specific schedule for summer up due to the tight
scheduling of the clinic hours. This includes illness, vacations,
Two kinds of therapy instructions are offered to the clients during
the school year; group or individual sessions. Groups of two or
three are assigned according to their ages and abilities, with
individual sessions being offered only when appropriate. After
the Individual Therapy Program (ITP) consultation meeting involving
the parent, clinic director, and clinic coordinator, clients are
placed according to the need.
The specific activities for each therapy
session are arranged by the clinician with approval from the clinic
coordinator. The tasks presented to the client are sequenced, leading
to the accomplishment of the ITP goals and objectives. At the conclusion
of each school quarter, a reevaluation of goals and objectives occurs.
This information is shared with the parent in a quarter evaluation