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Please note weekend appointments for children intensives fill quickly, please contact Lorrie to book well in advance.
If you are having trouble getting an appointment in a timely manner, please book the first available appointment and in the Appointment Notes please add that you would like to be added to the cancellation list and some details about your condition. Due to the number of people presently on the cancellation list and the small number of cancellations, I can not guarantee you will get in in a timely manner, but I do my best to prioritize openings.
Help for booking appointments
Select “NeuroMovement Lesson” for any follow ups or “Initial Assessment + NeuroMovement Lesson” to book your first appointment only. Dates with available times will appear on the calendar, select a date and look or scroll down to see available time slots for that date. We require your email address as you will receive your invoice by email and your cell number as we have appointment reminders by text. If you are unsure how many lessons to book for your child please book an initial lesson and we can discuss your goals and determine a frequency to help them continue to improve.
We are located at 119 Kent Street, Suite 210 on the second floor of the BDC Tower in Charlottetown, PEI, which is fully wheelchair accessible.
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119 Kent Street, Suite 210
Prince Edward Island
Canada • C1A 1N3
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(+1) 902 566 1456
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