Frequently Asked Questions
I'm interested in services for myself or my child. What do I do?
If you are interested in participating in TIPES programming, please fill out our inquiry form (located under the "Connect" section of the website) or contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you might have.
Can I access insurance to pay for therapy?
If you wish to access insurance in order to pay for therapy, your learner must be supervised by TIPES’ associate clinical psychologist, Dr. Sherman. Receipts can only be provided to submit to insurance if this criterion is met.
Who does TIPES service?
I want to work/volunteer with TIPES. What do I do?
All work and volunteer postings are listed under the “Opportunities” section of the website. We also post job openings on Indeed and LinkedIn. Please review the job/volunteer description and if you meet the criteria, please send your cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
Does TIPES accept placement students?
TIPES is happy to host placement students from high school to university and supports co-op placements as well as professional training programs. At TIPES, placement students gain experience working with learners with a variety of learning needs. All placement students work under the direct supervision of our senior therapists.
Is TIPES accepting new clients?
TIPES is always accepting new clients, however there is typically a waitlist for registration. The waitlist varies throughout the year, so please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for an accurate registration timeframe.
What does a typical day of in-centre therapy look like?
I want to donate. Where do my donations go?
Unless otherwise noted, all donations go towards our scholarship fund. This fund helps clients without government funding afford therapy at TIPES. Funds are distributed equally among all qualifying clients once a year, or whenever possible. Please consider donating by clicking the “Donate” button on our website. Every little bit helps!
Is a diagnosis required to receive services?
A diagnosis is not required to receive services. In order to be reimbursed by insurance, however, a formal diagnosis is required.