Frequently asked questions
Do you accept insurance?
Amy Harant is considered an in-network preferred providers for some of Blue Cross Blue Shield’s private plans which include Premier BlueCard PPO, Highmark, Horizon, and Anthem.
We are considered out-of-network providers through all other insurance plans. Payments are due upfront and if your claim is accepted a check will be sent to you from your insurance company. We also submit detailed invoices to all of our families. You may submit this invoice to your insurance company for out-of-network reimbursement. You will need to call your insurance company to find out if you have out-of-network benefits, what is your out-of-network deductible, and what is your out-of-network yearly limit.
“All benefits are not a guarantee of payment; all claims are subject to review and must meet the medical criteria of their plan.”
PA Autism Insurance Act (Act 62): Requires many private health insurance companies to cover the cost of diagnostic assessment and treatment of autism spectrum disorder and services for children under the age of 21, up to $36,000 in one year.
Other ways to save?
Employer flex plan
If your employer offers a flex plan, you can elect to put away funds to pay for treatment with tax-free dollars, providing a substantial savings.
Purchase pre-pay bundles
If you choose to pay for several sessions in advance, whether it’s two or more, you can receive at 10% discount off the total price.
Sibling discounts & multi-session discounts
If you have more than one child who requires therapy services, you will receive a 10% discount. If your child is seeing more than one therapist, you will recieve a 10% discount. If siblings or twins participate in a session together, you will receive a discount equal to paying for an hour session for one child.
How do I get started?
Give us a call or email! Amy Harant will set up a time to talk over the phone to learn more about your child and family. After our initial discussion we will figure out what the next best step will be for your child.
What are your hours?
We are opened Monday-Saturday.
What is Sensory Processing?
Sensory processing is a neurological process. Organization and integration of sensory information occurs automatically within our central nervous system. This integration contributes to our ability to regulate our emotions, our attention, motor planning, and other cognitive functions. It contributes to a readiness for all learning. For some children, this automatic process does not develop as efficiently as it should. When this occurs, problems with learning, development and/or behavior may be evident.