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Thrive Therapy website is owned and operated by Thrive Therapy, LLC. Thrive Therapy, LLC is a Kansas limited liability company. 
We may, at any time, revise, change, delete, or update any content without prior notice. The changes will be effective immediately upon posting.  
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We collect, store and use data collected from you on the website in accordance with our Privacy Policy.

If you have any questions about this notice, please contact: Thrive Therapy, LLC; (address) or 785-670-6980. 

WHO IS COVERED BY THIS NOTICE: This notice describes Thrive Therapy’s practices and that of any professional authorized to enter information into your treatment record maintained by Thrive Therapy, LLC.  This notice is in effect for all employees, staff, families, and children who participate in 
Thrive Therapy services.   

OUR PLEDGE REGARDING MEDICAL INFORMATION: Thrive Therapy is committed to protecting 
treatment information about you and your child.  This Notice describes the privacy practices for our 
business.  This Notice will tell you about the ways in which we may use and disclose treatment 
information about you or your child.  We will also describe your rights and certain obligations that we 
have regarding the use and disclosure of treatment information.   
We are required by law to:  Make sure that information that identifies you or you child is kept private; 
Give you this Notice of our legal duties and privacy practices with respect to treatment information 
about you or your child, and Follow the terms of the Notice that is in effect. 
HOW THRIVE THERAPY MAY USE AND DISCLOSE INFORMATION ABOUT YOU OR YOUR CHILD: The following categories describe different ways that Thrive Therapy uses and discloses 
treatment information.  For each category of uses or disclosures, Thrive Therapy will explain what it means and try to give some examples.  Not every use or disclosure will be listed.  However, all of 
the ways that Thrive Therapy is permitted to use or disclose information falls into one of the 

For Treatment:  Thrive Therapy may use or disclose treatment information about you or your 
child to provide you with treatment or services.  Thrive Therapy may disclose treatment 
information about you or your child to a physician, teacher, or another therapist, but only to those 
providing treatment to you and only to those for whom you have signed a release of information.  
For Payment:  Thrive Therapy may use and disclose medical information about you or your child so that services provided to you may be billed, reimbursed, or paid.  For example, receipts are sent to the primary email on the account. You will request to have receipts emailed in writing. 
​For HealthCare Operations: Thrive Therapy may disclose your information in order to manage 
Thrive Therapy’s practice. For example, Thrive Therapy may need to disclose some information to accountants, attorneys or other agencies to ensure compliance with laws that affect Thrive Therapy’s professional practice.   
Appointment Reminders: Thrive Therapy may use and disclose treatment information to 
contact you as a reminder that you have an appointment for treatment or evaluation, or to set up 
appointments. For example, you may receive an email, phone call, or text message from Thrive Therapy as a reminder for an upcoming appointment, to reschedule, or to cancel an appointment.  
Treatment Alternatives: Thrive Therapy may use and disclose treatment  information to tell you 
about or recommend possible treatment options or alternatives that may be of interest to you.   
Health Related Benefits and Services: Thrive Therapy may use and disclose treatment 
information to tell you about health-related benefits or services that may be of interest to you.   
Individuals Involved in Your Care or Payment for Your Care:  Thrive Therapy may release 
treatment information about you or your child to a caregiver or relative who is involved in your child’s therapy program.  For example, if the child’s grandparents are present during therapy, he/she may learn of information related to your child’s speech-language services.  Thrive Therapy may also give 
your information to someone who helps pay for your care, but this is only done with the child’s parents’ written permission.
To Avert a Serious Threat to Health or Safety:  Thrive Therapy may use or disclose information about you or your child when necessary to prevent a serious threat to the health and safety of you, your child, or any other person.  Such disclosure, however, would only be made to a person or agency in a position to help prevent the threat.  For example, if 911 is called during the session, the professional from Thrive Therapy may need to share information with medical professionals (e.g. 911 operators, EMTs, etc.).   
For Special Purposes: Thrive Therapy may disclose information about you or your child for 
special purposes as permitted or required by law, including the following:  Administrative oversight for 
such things as audits, investigations, licensure or determining cause of death.  Court order or legal 
processes related to law enforcement activities, legal actions, or national security activities.  Worker’s 
compensation or rehabilitative activities reporting as required by law or insurers in order to provide 
benefits for work-related or victim injuries or illnesses.  Law enforcement, if asked to do so by a law 
enforcement official to 1)  Identify or locate a suspect, fugitive, material witness or missing person; 2) 
Provide information about the victim of a crime, if, under certain circumstance we are unable to obtain 
the person’s agreement; 3) Provide information about a death that may be the result of criminal 
conduct; 4) Provide information about criminal conduct; 5) In emergency circumstances to report a 
crime, the location of the crime or victims, or the identity, description, or location of the person who 
committed the crime.  This is also effective for victims of abuse, neglect, or domestic violence. 
Thrive Therapy may disclose pertinent health information to government agencies authorized by law to receive reports of abuse, neglect, or domestic violence if we believe that you or your child has been such 
a victim.  Professionals employed by Thrive Therapy are mandated reporters for abuse.   
Other Uses of Health Information: Other uses and disclosures of medical information not covered by 
this Notice or the laws that apply to our practice will be made only with your written authorization.  If 
you provide Thrive Therapy with an authorization to use or disclose medical information about 
you or your child, you may revoke that authorization, in writing, at any time.  If you revoke your 
authorization, we will no longer use or disclose medical information about you or your child for the 
reasons covered by the written authorization.  You understand that Thrive Therapy is unable to 
take back any disclosure that was previously made prior to the revocation of authorization, and that we 
are required to retain our records of the care we provide to you.  Thrive Therapy is required to 
maintain records for 6 years.    
Your Rights Regarding Health Information About You or Your Child: You have the following rights 
regarding treatment information Thrive Therapy maintains about you:  Right to inspect and 
: You have the right to inspect and copy treatment information that may be used to make decisions 
about your child’s therapy program.  To inspect and copy treatment information that may be used to 
make decisions about you or your child, you must submit your request in writing to Thrive Therapy (Address) or      
Right to Amend: If you feel that treatment information Thrive Therapy has about you is 
incorrect or incomplete, you may request that the record be amended.  You have the right to add a 
statement.  To request an amendment, you must submit your request in writing to Thrive Therapy, (address) or  You must also state a reason to support your 
Right to an Accounting of Disclosures: You have the right to request an “accounting of disclosures.”  
This is a list of certain disclosures Thrive Therapy has made about the treatment information 
concerning you or your child.  To request this list, you must submit your request in writing to Thrive 
Therapy, (address) or  Your request must state a specific time 
period for the list.    
Right to Request Restrictions: You have the right to request a restriction or limitation on the treatment 
information Thrive Therapy uses or discloses about you or your child for the purposes of 
treatment, payment, or healthcare operations.  Thrive Therapy is not required by federal 
regulation to agree to your request.  If Thrive Therapy agrees, we will comply with your request 
unless the information is needed to provide you or your child with emergency treatment.  To request 
restrictions, you must submit your request in writing to Thrive Therapy, (address) or
Right to Request Confidential Communication:  You have the right to request that Thrive Therapy communicates with you about treatment matters in a certain way or at a certain location.  For example, you may request to be contacted only by US mail or only at work.  To request confidential communications, you must submit your request in writing to Thrive Therapy, (address) or Thrive Therapy will not ask you the reason for your request.    
Right to a paper copy of this Notice: You have the right to a paper copy of this Notice.  You may ask to 
receive a copy of this Notice at any time.  Even if you have received this Notice electronically, you are 
entitled to a paper copy of this Notice.   
Changes to this Notice: Thrive Therapy reserves the right to change this Notice. Thrive Therapy reserves the right to make the revised or changed Notice effective for treatment information Thrive Therapy already has about you as well as any information Thrive Therapy may receive about you or your child in the future.   If changes are made to this Notice, you will be 
provided with a copy of the current Notice.   
Complaints:  If you believe that your privacy rights have been violated, you may file a complaint with 
Thrive Therapy (please address any concerns first to Thrive Therapy and your concerns 
will be addressed in a timely manner). To file a complaint with Thrive Therapy, you must submit 
your complaint in writing to Thrive Therapy, (address) or  If you 
wish to discuss your complaint, please contact Gena Rossow at or 
by calling 785-670-6980.   
If you feel your concerns have not been addressed, you can contact Director Office for Civil Rights U.S. 
Department of Health and Human Services 200 Independence Avenue, S.W. Room 509F HHH Bldg. 
Washington, D.C. 20201.   

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