Frequently Asked Questions:
Who qualifies for services?
Children infant to age 22
Residents of the Permian Basin
Children with orthopedic and neurological limitations
How do I get started?
Begin by contacting your physician if you have concerns that your child needs a referral for therapy. The parent or primary caregiver can contact MCRC to request an evaluation for occupational, physical or speech therapy.
What should I bring to the evaluation?
A doctor’s prescription
You may bring previous medical reports and information, however you will have an opportunity to fill out a history form so it is not required.
How long does it take?
Evaluations take approximately one hour. The report will be ready in about 2 weeks. At this time the therapist will contact you to go over the results.
How long will my child receive services at the Center?
The therapist creates goals with input from the parents and child. Children who have been released are followed up and may be picked back up for therapy depending on the child’s needs.
Can I get therapy at the Center and somewhere else too?
In order to make the most effective use of community resources and MCRC resources children who attend therapy services with another provider are not eligible for services at MCRC.
What kind of insurance do you take?
There is no charge for services at MCRC. We are a non-profit organization and our vision is to provided services at no cost to the children and their families. This is possible because of the generosity of foundations, corporations, fundraisers, and donations by private individuals.
Families are encouraged to help support MCRC with their gifts and talents. Volunteering is a great way to give back. MCRC is also able to take a monthly donation via our Donation web page. Even a small monthly gift makes a big difference! Click on the Donate button below.