Jump And Schout Therapy
 *Brea Location 714-529-5022   *  Chino Location 909-597-0504
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 About Jump And Schout Therapy
My Name is Leann Schouten and I am a speech and language pathologist. I want to introduce you to our facility, Jump and Schout Therapy located in Brea and Chino.  

Jump and Schout Therapy is a multi-disciplinary facility providing specialist in Speech and Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy. Diagnostic and therapy services are provided both individually and in small groups to children, adolescents and adults with a range of communication and physical conditions (i.e., autism, apraxia, hearing impairment, auditory processing, sensory integration, fine and visual motor just to name a few). 

Infants, toddlers and young children are either seen individually one-on-one or grouped by ability level to provide opportunities to practice emerging skills with others working on mastery of a similar skill set. A small group environment provides vital socialization experiences to toddlers that do not occur in an individual therapeutic model. 
All of our individual and group programs include full parent participation, as our goal is to help the family incorporate therapeutic strategies naturally into everyday life to maximize progress and the child’s potential. 

Jump and Schout Therapy is working with area schools to provide a collaborative therapeutic approach and has a non-public agency (NPA) by the State of California. We currently accept Kaiser, Anthem Blue Cross PPO, Blue Shield, Prospect Medical, St. Jude/St. Joe's/HOAG Health insurance and are in the process of applying to other major insurance companies as well as the Regional Center of Orange County. We provide our families with complete billing invoices and work with their insurance for maximum reimbursements.

We look forward to working with you and your patients. Please call today if you would like to schedule a tour of our Brea or Chino facilities or with any questions you may have.
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