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Moderate Frequency 

Therapy provided two times a week may be considered when documentation shows one or more of the following:

  • The patient is making very good functional progress toward goals.
  • The patient is in a critical period to gain new skills or restore function or is at risk of regression.
  • The licensed therapist needs to adjust the patient’s therapy plan and home program weekly or more often than weekly based on the patient’s progress and medical needs.
  • The patient has complex needs requiring ongoing education of the responsible adult.


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