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  • Where are you located?

    Our corporate office is proudly located in Ypsilanti, Michigan. We service private pay client's throughout the counties and we have contracts with Washtenaw and Oakland County.

    We are currently seeking contracts with more counties such as Macomb, Wayne, Livingston, and Monroe.

  • What is so special about Advanced Therapeutic Solutions, LLC?

    We're glad you asked! What sets us apart:

    -Proven outcome-based therapies are used for many different issues and in many different settings

    Person centered-approach to treatment we view our clients as individuals with different needs and interests

    -Each session is different and based on the client's assessed treatment goals

    -Affordably priced but our services are still comparable to other therapies and produce amazing results

    -We offer discounts to those that meet criteria

    -Ability to have group sessions for private pay clients

    -Not only are clients gaining skills, but they are having fun!

  • What is Activity-based therapy?

    They are professions that use activity-based (recreation, programs, music, art, swimming, etc.) interventions to work on a client's assessed needs. It is a person-centered approach to improving an individual's independence, physical & mental capacity, regulation of emotions, control of their own life, and general well being This includes; Recreational Therapy, Music Therapy, and Art Therapy.

  • Who does the therapies?

    Certified Therapists are the only professionals (CTRS, MT-BC, & ATR-BC) that are legally allowed to perform these services. We only hire amazing therapists that have gone through background checks and training.

  • Why do you include the client’s interests?

    One major advantage of combining therapy with the client’s interests is that they tend to work harder during the session while still finding it enjoyable.

    It might seem like just fun but each activity that a therapist uses has been analyzed to work on specific goals with that client.

    Every individual is assessed and given a personalized treatment plan which states what goals will be worked on throughout the treatment sessions. The Therapist then looks at the client’s interests (e.g. art, music, reading, soccer, videogames, etc.) and finds activities and tasks, that when put through a task analysis, correlate to the goals needed to be worked on.

    Example 1: The goal is to work on frustration tolerance and emotional regulation. One treatment session might include a type of competitive activity that requires waiting, taking turns, and following directions.

    Example 2: The goal is to work on upper extremity fine and gross motor movement and the client enjoys art. One treatment session might include an art activity where the client would have to reach, grasp, and manipulate small objects.

  • What does a session look like?

    For those through the community waiver programs: Treatment sessions last 45-60 minutes per client. The therapist will meet the client at their house or community setting (depending on what has been previously agreed upon). For that treatment session, the therapist works one-on-one with the client. The therapist might use the client’s own toys/games to facilitate a treatment session or bring their own.

    For Private pay clients: You can decide with your therapist what the best plan of action is. The minimum is 45 minutes however you can extend that up to 4 hours. We currently have a client who sees a recreational therapist once a week, every week, for 3-4 hours.

  • How often are sessions and what happens if there are scheduling conflicts?

    For those through the community waiver programs: There are typically 4 sessions per month, however, outside circumstances (e.g. weather, sickness, etc.) may prevent this goal from being reached. Session time is agreed upon by the family and the therapist. The goal is to schedule a regular time each week so it becomes part of your child’s weekly routine. Good communication between the therapist and the family is important. If one of the sessions needs to be rescheduled or canceled altogether (by either the family or the therapist), this should be communicated and understood by both parties.
    Treatment sessions can be rescheduled but they cannot fall on the same day as the same type of Therapy session. For example, you cannot put two Art therapy sessions on the same day. You can have art and music on the same day.

    For Private pay clients: You can decide with your therapist what the best plan of action is. We do suggest once a week and at least 4 times per month. However, you can decide to increase or decrease that amount.
    We understand if things come up but please inform your therapist if you will be late. If you are more than 15 minutes late they cannot perform the session in the allotted amount of time. for Private pay clients, a $10 no show fee might be added to your invoice if it becomes a habit.

  • What is Recreational Therapy based Adaptive Aquatics?

    Treatment sessions through the use of aquatics and being in the water. It is easier to work on physical goals in the water because of the decreased gravity and the calming effect of the water. This aquatics therapy does more than just work on a client's physical aspect. The therapist can adapt the session so they can work on cognitive, social, emotional, behavioral, and sensory goals.

  • What is Recreational therapy based Community Integration?

    Community Integration has the therapist and the client going out into the community.

    This is usually done after gaining a new disability (such as a traumatic brain injury, stroke, spinal cord injury, etc. ) but it can also be used so our consumers can figure out how to appropriately navigate through the outside world.

    We assist them in learning how to communicate, adapt, manage money, and ultimately become more independent.

  • What is the price of the services?

    Please look at our Services page for the most accurate prices. Remember discounts are given to those who qualify

  • When are you available?

    Check our office hours on the contact page. If you ever have a question outside of these hours, don't hesitate to reach out!

    Session times will depend on what you and your therapist have agreed upon.

  • What's the best way to get in touch with you?

    We'd love to hear from you. Feel free to reach out via our contact form, send us a text, or call us. We will try to get back to you in less than 24 hours.

  • What forms of payment do you accept?

    We work through your counties' Child and SED (severely emotionally disturbed) waiver to provide services.

    We also offer affordable private pay options through PayPal, so everyone can benefit from our professional services

  • What else should I know?

    If going on a community outing the client must have transportation by CLS staff, caregiver, or parent(s) to and from the setting. The county does not permit the therapist to transport clients.

    Many activities within the community are free and will not impose any financial obligation on the family. However, if a setting requiring money has been chosen and agreed upon (e.g. Sky Zone, Dave & Busters, etc.) it is the family’s responsibility to provide the client with the correct amount. The family will only need to pay for their child, not the recreational therapist.

    The therapist will refrain from providing high-risk activities (e.g. rollerblading, ice skating, etc.) due to safety issues.
    Bike skills can be taught if desired only if it pertains to the client’s goal and proper safety equipment is used during every session.
    Swimming and water skills can be taught during sessions but safety precautions will need to be met.

    CLS staff/caregivers/parent(s) can watch therapy sessions but, depending on the goals and the environmental structuring needed to facilitate them, we might ask for no distractions. That is not to say that the CLS staff/caregivers/parent(s) input is not welcomed and appreciated. It is just that we find that some clients act differently or get distracted easily when their CLS staff/caregivers/parent(s) are watching.

    Everything the therapist brings will be provided by the company, Advanced Therapeutic Solutions. If during a treatment session the equipment is broken, used up, or destroyed it is on the company to replace it; not the client or their family.

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Our Office is located in Ypsilanti MI, but we also work throughout the state.
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