Delta Genesis Adhd Help For Kids

Frequently Asked Questions 

 

Do you accept insurance?

Because Delta Genesis is a non-medical approach and we do not diagnose, we are not covered by health insurance. However, if your family is needing financial assistance, we always have scholarship funding available. Fill out this quick form to pre-apply for a scholarship.

 

Is your program only online?

Yes! Our goal is to help you, as parents, become the experts on your child’s brain. There are tons of support, encouragement, and training along the way to help you give your child the best life possible.

 

How long is the program?

Our programs are tailored to each individual brain and person; so we can’t say how long you or your child will need to participate. However, the average amount of time each client needs is between 9-12 months. We’ll be guiding you through quarterly functional assessments and your System Coach will give you a better idea of how long you can expect the program to last once you do your first assessment.

 

What is the cost of the program?

We offer 2 programs, one of which is $3,250 and the other is $5,000. We offer tuition installment plans for both programs with payments starting around only $70/mo. And don’t forget, we offer scholarship funding to anyone that needs it so if those prices aren’t doable for your family, pre-apply for a scholarship ASAP and we will find a way to make it work. Money should never be the reason kids (and adults!) don’t get the help they need.

 

I live outside the United States. Can I still get help from Delta Genesis?

Absolutely! We welcome all who have need of our services.

 

Is there an age limit for Delta Genesis?

We generally don’t work with clients younger than 2 years old due to some neurodevelopmental milestones that need to take place before beginning the program. Other than that, there is no age limit! We have clients that are 2 years old and clients that are in their 70s! The brain is always changeable if you’re willing to do the work.

 

Is your program medical?

Delta Genesis is a non-medical program.

 

Is there any research behind the program?

Absolutely! Check out DeltaGenesis.org/the-science to learn about the individual functions we’ll be addressing for your child’s brain with the linked research. 

 

How is Delta Genesis different from other similar programs?

Most other programs that are similar to Delta Genesis are structured a little differently. In most cases, you visit their center or location, their staff members work with the clients directly, and you visit them multiple times per week. The tuition fees you pay are covering your child’s time with their staff member. At Delta Genesis, we want you to become the expert. You’ll learn all of our testing, protocols, and programs so that you can continue the program for as long as your child needs. Our tuition is a one-time flat fee that covers the tools, training, and support from your System Coach. 

 

Does my child have to be off medication?

No, unless your child is on a classification of drug called a dopamine antagonist that is generally prescribed as an anti-psychotic. Some examples of dopamine antagonist drugs include Risperdal, Invega, and Seroquel. Because those types of drugs block dopamine receptors, they actually make our program much more difficult to achieve the success we are capable of achieving.

 

What’s with the company name?

Delta (Δ) is the Greek mathematical symbol for “change”. Genesis means “beginning.” Delta Genesis (We just call it Delta for short.) is the beginning of big changes for you and your family!