What GTP Is Doing to Help You Keep Your Family Safe
Worried that your child is sick or needs care, but you do not want to leave the house?

We understand, and want to share some important information with you about what we are doing so that you can safely access care for you child.

Click on the Photo of GTP Co-Founder Misha Moore, PhD to hear a brief message or scroll down to see answers to some frequently asked questions.
Q: My child is sick, but I don't want to leave the house. What can I do?

A: Every Sick Visit Starts as a Telemedicine Visit... if we can successfully manage your child's symptoms and keep you at home, that is a win! If we determine that your child will need to be seen on site at the Chelsea office, we will develop a safety plan and conclude the visit in person at the Chelsea office.
Q: We are supposed to see the doctor for a Well Visit, but I am worried whether it is safe to go the clinic right now. Is it okay to wait?

A: If your child is under 2 years, is due for vaccines, or you have a developmental concern, you should not postpone your child's Well Visit. We have done a lot to make our office safe for Well Visit. Our Ann Arbor office has been the Well Visit office since March 13.
Q: My child will need a prescription refill soon, but will need a visit first. Can you help with that?

A: Yes, we can help with that by scheduling a telemedicine visit and safely renewing your child's medication.
Q: I am seeing my child struggle emotionally during this difficult time, and I am not sure how to help. What should I do?

A: Call us. We are here to help from scheduling a telemedicine visit with a physician or nurse practitioner to arranging for a mental health check in from LMSW, Lisa who can work with your family.