Frequently Asked Questions
Why are there so many company names?
Integrated Pediatric Therapy Associates is an umbrella name which encompasses each of our four private companies, all working together to provide comprehensive therapy services under one roof. IPTA is comprised of: NoCo Occupational Therapy, Summit Speech Therapy, Rocky Mountain Physical Therapy, and Elevate Music Therapy. Currently, all four services are available at both our Windsor and Greeley outpatient clinics. Additionally, NoCo Occupational Therapy and Elevate Music Therapy partner to offer services at Iron Horse Therapeutic farm.
What insurances do you accept?
Each company may vary in which insurance they accept. Music Therapy is not covered by insurance and may be funded by various government of state waivers (CES, CHRP, SLS, CLLI). Occupational, Physical, and Speech Therapy all accept the following insurances:
Medicaid and CHP+
Do you offer group therapies?
Group therapies (mostly targeting social skills) are offered intermittently based on patient need and availability. Please speak with your direct provider if you feel your child would benefit from a group setting.
Do you help with IEPs or 504 Plans?
School districts will perform separate evaluations to determine if your child qualifies for a 504 or IEP. However, if your child is receiving services with one of our providers, your provider may provide a letter of recommendation or share pertinent information with your child's school to help with the evaluation.
How do I contact Iron Horse Therapeutic Farm?
Currently, Iron Horse Farm does not have a separate phone number. You may call either the Windsor or Greeley clinic in regards to Iron Horse Farm inquiries.
Can I leave my child during therapy sessions?
This is a decision made between you and your therapist. At times it can be greatly beneficial for you to observe or be a part of your child's therapy sessions, while at other times it may be more beneficial for your child to have individual time with their therapist.
Can I pull my child from school to attend therapy?
Yes! We provide school release forms which allow your child to miss a partial or full day of school to attend weekly therapy appointments.
Do you accept students and interns?
Yes! At IPTA, we highly value education and teaching. Each of our four companies accept both undergraduate and graduate students for short and long-term internships. Many of these students are working towards their independent certifications and licensure with the goal of treating patients at an independent or low supervisory level. Caregivers are subject to approval regarding their child working with a student. Please visit our student and internship page for more information.