We are a group of physical therapist who are willing to provide services in your own home. The age we provide services are from 0 to 3 years old. When your baby has physical developmental delay or excessive postural deviation we can work to improve the condition. We usually increase the physical development of the baby.
Since we are mostly owner of this corporation, we care about the name of our company. In that reason we provide quality intervention for your baby. We do not discriminate on race, religion, or creed we give service to your kids as a physical therapist.
Each of our physical therapist has more than 15 years experience as in early intervention physical therapy. We can train the family how to apply proper manual manipulation, exercises, balancing training, and other functional skills. We also has different technique to motivate the baby to cooperate with the physical therapist.
We cover the Queens, Brooklyn and Staten Island area of New York. Most of us speaks more than one language “English, Spanish, and Tagalog”. We are also has yearly seminar which is approved by the NY state to further educate the PT in their career.
All A List Physical Therapists are well informed, passionate on their job, and more experience in early intervention. Although we own the domain alistpt.com we decided to put our content here in trainthose.com because it was traditionally used by alistpt.com
We hope we can provide PT service to your kids in the future if you need it.
More physical therapist leave their agency due to mismanagement of their paycheck and difficulty in the submission of paperworks. The best thing to deal with it is to make the physical therapist get involve in decision making because most of the agency personnel has different background. Physical therapists know what is the purpose of documentation. They know how to correct written mistakes in their notes in a legal way. I am against repeating the whole notes because there are mistakes because correcting it in legal a bit messy.
Paycheck should be on time as long as the PT submit the paper on time. When the physical therapists do not paid well, quality of care will be at risk. PT is not working for free, they have bills to pay. If you are a physical therapist and you need fair treatment in early intervention send email to us.
In Forest Hills there are Physical Therapist that served the community for many years. Also the parking in Forest Hills is very tricky. If PT does not know what day and time for PT visit, parking ticket is viable. During good weather the session can be done in the park, either in Ascan St. or somewhere else, it is always good for the kids to have spacious place to move around. It is better to know that your PT is familiar with the place in the community because therapy can be done in the park. In the park kids enjoy the playground, it is their normal surrounding as they grow up. In A List, Avelino de Chavez give service in Forest Hills. Send email to Avelino de Chavez if you need Early Intervention Service in Forest Hills.
We are providing early intervention in Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island. All the physical therapist has minimum of 10 years experience in early intervention. The area of services are all mapped out so that parents or service coordinator can easily find the most accessible PT that work around their area. Aside from providing early intervention for kids some of our physical therapists are also working in board of education and other little older cases. The motto of this company is to be fair with everybody. We pay special attention to the quality care of the patient.
Training of child to stand is one of the main goal that most of the parent want to achieve. Some parents believe that after the child stand, child can already do other physical skills. Sometimes it is true but not all the time. Sometimes child that can stand already will be having problem in walking on stairs. Here are the facts about standing training.
Patients can be uncooperative when they do not trust the safety of Physical Therapy Intervention. I have a 2 year old patient that it took awhile before he can bear weight on his legs when I hold his hands. But he can bear weight on legs while he is holding on the furniture. I let him stand and cruise on the furniture while little by little I applied a little support on hands to let go of furniture. He is now able to step with support on both hands.
There are also cases that the patients can walk with support of the PT but not cooperative with their parent. Sometimes patient can trust PT more than their parent because we see them a lot and do physical activities with them. When the parent start to do it they are not used to it so they do not trust them very much.
Avoid fall during standing or walking activities when the patient is too apprehensive. It can lower their trust to their physical abilities.
EARLY INTERVENTION FOR INDIVIDUAL FAMILY SERVICE PLAN
This course meets the continuing education recommendation for coursework in Early Intervention for family service provider.
Certificate of Completion: Upon completion of the course and all the requirements we will send you, via U.S. mail, a “Certificate of Completion” form required by the NY State Education Department.
Avelino de Chavez, NY PT, President of A List Physical Therapy PC
Contact hours: 4
Expiration date: February 21, 2017
Course price: $28
Discusses EI history, safety standard, intervention, documentation, and PDMS-2 standard testing. Presents service model and IFSP reviews.
Criteria for Successful Completion
Have 8 or less mistakes in the post test, a completed evaluation form, and payment where required. No partial credit will be awarded.
Objectives: When you finish this course you will be able to:
Explain the history of Early Intervention and how it works.
Spell out the health and safety standard for EI physical therapist.
Provide effective PT intervention to EI cases, with use of different techniques and strategies.
Write and fill out the NYC session notes and progress notes well.
Answer basic questions from individual family about EI program.
Explain who are involved in planning, implementing, and providing early intervention.
Administer PDMS-2 standard testing.
Note: This course assume that the participant has PDMS-2 manual and booklet, and NYC progress and session notes forms. In this seminar we addressed all the EI cases as children and the PT as we. Please navigate the pages by clicking the list of pages at the bottom of the page.
How EI Started:
The New York State Early Intervention Program (EIP) is part of the national early intervention program for families of infants and toddlers with disabilities. It was created by Congress in 1986 under Individual with Disability Education Act (IDEA). In New York State it is manage by New York State Department of Health through Bureau of Early Intervention, which was established on 1993. In every municipalities there is a Local Early Intervention Coordinating Council (LEICC) which consist of three or more EI service providers, four or more parents, one childcare provider, and chief executive officer or their designees of the municipalities. They work together for planning, delivery, and service. Children under three year old can be eligible for early intervention if they have developmental delay or disability.
Overall Goals of Early Intervention Program
Family-Centered will support parents during meeting their responsibilities to nurture the children’s development. Community-Based creates opportunities for children to have services in natural environment of their community. Coordinated services ensures early intervention to have fully coordinated services. Measurable functional outcomes for children and families improve family life through delivery of outcome-based early intervention services. Early intervention and the medical home ensures early intervention services complement the children medical home by involving primary and specialty health care providers in supporting family participation in early intervention services. Local Control, Fiscal Reform, and Programmatic Accountability assure equity of access. It should have good quality, consistency, and accountability of the service system by ensuring clear line of public supervision.
Physical therapists that participate in early intervention should know our role as a physical therapist.
Service Model Option:
Home and community based individual/collateral visits are the PT services at children’s home.
Facility-based individual/collateral visits are PT services at approved early intervention site.
Parent-children groups are group PT services for parent-children at approved early intervention site.
Group developmental interventions are group PT services for children at approved EI site.
Family/caregiver support group are group PT services for parents/caregivers at approved EI sites.
Standard for Initial and Ongoing Service coordinators
Initial Service Coordinator is designated by EIO with notification to the parent. The initial service coordinator will provide parent a review of parent’s right, responsibilities, entitlements, and EI handbook. The initial service coordinator must obtain or assist parent to get third party insurance coverage and coordinate for all evaluation. Ongoing service coordinator will carry over and assure that the service provision starts and continues in a consistent manner.