Update and Marketing Announcement 8/4/2020: Learning Enrichment Access Program (LEAP) at BOLD Coming soon September 8th at BOLD! Currently in progress, keeping checking in for additional information to come. Please contact our front office at this time for additional information if interested at 971-249-2653 (BOLD) Click HERE for more information on LEAP.
Update 8/4/2020: BOLD currently successfully provides virtual services as well as in person evaluations as needed at the clinic, adhering to all CDC safety guidelines and more with room dividers to protect your child.
Update 3/25/2020: BOLD is thrilled to announce that we continue to support our children and families with therapy services. We have now transitioned our BOLD patients from direct therapy services to tele health therapy services so we can continue with therapy during this medical crisis.
Clinic Response to Virus
The safety and health of our BOLD families and staff, volunteers, students, and the general public is the top priority for us. For the past two weeks we have been taking additional steps to meet requirements, recommendations, and guidelines that continue to be set and updated by the infection control physicians as well as the state and federal officials. Effective March 18th, 2020, BOLD Pediatric Therapy Center has transitioned all therapy services to the Telehealth model. If you are a current patient you will be contacted by phone and email to make this transition. In order to participate in Telehealth services you will need access to the internet and a screen (i.e. smart phone, tablet, laptop, or desktop computer).
NUTRITIONAL SUPPORTS - If you are a family who relies on meals from school for your child to receive their nutrition during the week, please let us know ASAP if this is still needed so we can look at resources and options to support your child with their nutritional needs as well. Sandra and Kim will continue to actively monitor the recommendations from the CDC and Oregon Health Authorityand will implement best-practices accordingly.
See attached social story resource (below) we found to talk to your children about the virus.