1475 Holcomb Bridge RoadSuite #113, Roswell, GA 30076
CHANGES AT DPT SINCE COVID-19
CHANGES AT DPT SINCE COVID-19

SAFETY IN THERAPY    There have been some changes at Darling Pediatric Therapies since Covid-19.   We have made those changes to keep your children safe.  One of the changes we made back in March,  was to remove our crash pads from our main gym and our train depot.   The covering was frequently laundered, but could not be cleaned and dried between…

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FOCUS offering Camp Hollywood- HOME Edition
FOCUS offering Camp Hollywood- HOME Edition

Because so many of those they serve are especially vulnerable to COVID-19, the FOCUS staff has shifted all of their programming and support away from in-person activities for the time being.  They are providing daily activities adapted for children with special needs to do with their families.   FOCUS began in 1983 when two medically fragile children shared a hospital room.…

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The DPT Family Coronavirus Plan
The DPT Family Coronavirus Plan

The DPT Family Coronavirus Plan  Below is an update on what we are doing to keep everyone safe: We are providing individual one on one therapy in eight individual break out rooms and two gyms, with a designated space for your child’s session. Social opportunities with other patients and children are on hold. Ball Pit, Bean Pit, Fabric swings have…

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TRANSITIONING BACK TO THE DPT CLINIC
TRANSITIONING BACK TO THE DPT CLINIC

As we are slowly transitioning back to the clinic setting, several questions have been asked. In hopes of answering many, we are posting the frequent ones below. Q: When is DPT going to open?  A: DPT continues to remain open, as we are deemed “essential healthcare caregivers” by the Department of Homeland Security.  Initially, we significantly reduced our hours to…

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COVID-19 Disability Form
COVID-19 Disability Form

The COVID-19 Disability Form was created to help friends, family members and clients receive quality medical treatment.  The form was reviewed by physicians, and families of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  Having the form, and the accompanying documents noted on page 2 of the form, will help alert the hospital staff.  So, the form will give the preferred communication…

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Telehealth Sensory Breaks
Telehealth Sensory Breaks

Sensory breaks are not just for kids and not just for telehealth.   They are also know as movement breaks or a brain break.  They can increase ones the ability to calm down, focus, learn and self-regulate.  Many families are finding themselves facilitating their child’s school work or therapy sessions during these Stay in Place days.   With everyone staying in place,…

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