Contact our office for more information on pricing. We offer many different services and prices range based on location, length of appointment and service requested. We do offer package discounts for swim lessons.
Once you register, we ask that you enter a credit card into your account. The system is very secure and once the card is entered, our team does not have access to the account number or information. We will charge your card on file within 24 hours of your service. For Therapy, we will send [...]
Fill out a registration form on the swim lesson or aquatic therapy page and our team will contact you to find a time and instructor that works best for your child.
Currently, you cannot register online, but you can look to see if there are open upcoming sessions in your area and “request” that time slot. Connecticut & New York Registration Form Massachusetts & New Hampshire Registration Form Other States Registration Form Be aware that a spot my be open for this week, but may not [...]
Camp Angelfish is a week-long overnight camp for children at a variety of ability levels. We rent the beautiful facilities on Lake Winnepesaukee and provide traditional camp experiences under the guidance of co-directors who are occupational and physical therapists. Activities include swimming, fishing, tubing, kayaking, canoeing, arts and crafts, sports, zip-lining, live entertainment, aqua glide, [...]
For aquatic therapy sessions, CLICK HERE for more information about scheduling. For Swim Whisperers sessions, CLICK HERE for more information about scheduling.
We are considered an out of network provider. We bill the services as out patient as either Physical Therapy or Occupational Therapy, depending on which therapist provides the treatment. Please check with your insurance provider to determine what if anything is covered. The billing code for individual therapy is 97113.
For both aquatic therapy and Swim Whisperers, we offer Private, Semi-Private (2 children), or Group (3-4) sessions. Generally, children start with private sessions to establish basic skills, then work their way up to semi-private and group sessions, which offer increased social interaction benefits.
Aquatic therapy is treatment performed in the water by qualified physical and occupational therapists, to aid in the restoration, extension, and maintenance of an individual’s quality function. In the past, aquatic therapy was primarily considered an effective rehabilitation tool for those with physical injuries or chronic illness — using the buoyancy of the water to [...]