JEWELS Pediatric Therapy Clinic

JEWELS Pediatric Therapy Clinic, led by Mrs. Cheryl Schabes, M.A., CCC-SLP, services JEWELS School and the greater Baltimore community. Our services include physical, occupational, and speech therapy.  Our staff of highly experienced, licensed therapists offer a multitude of specialized services in their areas of expertise.  Professional collaboration across therapies focuses on the WHOLE child. Our therapists are trained to evaluate clients and establish individualized goal-oriented therapy programs for challenges both big and small. Our team excels at providing high-quality therapy which makes us standout in the greater Baltimore community. 

Frequently Asked Questions:

Are your therapy services reserved for JEWELS students only?

NO! Our clinic is open to the public and we are happy to help all children who are in need, regardless of regardless of race, color, creed or ability.

Where are services provided?

Services are provided in JEWELS Therapy Clinic and now available in select schools. Please call for more information.

When are services provided?

Services are provided in the clinic between the hours of 8:30 AM and 3:00 PM. In school services are available during school hours.

Which insurances are accepted by JEWELS Therapy Clinic?

Most major insurances are accepted including:

  • Care First,
  • Aetna,
  • Amerigroup,
  • Blue Choice,
  • Blue Cross & Blue Shield,
  • Cigna (out of network)
  • Medical Assistance
  • One-Net
  • Optimum Choice
  • United Health Care

Can I pay out of pocket?

Yes! Please call the office for our rates.

How do I get started with therapy?

Call JEWELS Therapy Clinic at 410-415-3515 ext. 2 or fill out the contact us form below to begin the initial process. Once paperwork and insurance information are received, an evaluation will then be scheduled. Evaluations are typically 30-60 minutes in duration. The therapist will administer standardized assessments, in addition they will review all reports and observe your child to determine whether there is a need for services. When the evaluation is complete, the therapist will write a report, which discusses clinical findings and possible eligibility. If your child qualifies for services a plan of care which has individual goals will be shared with you and physician if requested.

How do I know if my child qualifies for services?

After filling out an intake form you will be set up with an appropriate therapist who will discuss your concerns with you. Your child will then receive an evaluation and the results will determine therapy needs.

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