What's Needed?

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Speech therapy is often stated as a covered benefit by most insurances, though coverage depends on the member’s specific plan and a primary medical diagnosis.  After scheduling, a verification of your child’s benefits is performed.  We provide full disclosure of associated costs via an individualized report of your child’s commercial insurance prior the first visit.


Pediatrician Prescription

Contact your child’s primary care physician for a prescription for speech therapy evaluation and treatment. 


Intake Form

Contact us for access to our online intake form. This process is time sensitive and requires completion in 5 days. 


Schedule Apppointment

Once your intake and accompanying documents have been received, we’ll e-mail you available appointments. 

Other options in paying for speech therapy

If your insurance is not listed above, we provide courtesy billing for out-of-network plans and offer discounted rates for families with limited or no speech therapy benefits. Additional financial options include:

Under the No Surprises Act, you will receive a Good Faith Estimate prior to the start of services. This  document explains the cost of your medical care. For more information about this healthcare law, visit or call 800.976.7544.

For Medicaid insurance plans, currently we only offer evaluations with a complimentary consultation to help direct your family in accessing free therapy services available to your child within your unique community. 

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Screen Your Toddler's Communication Now

Screener results will be delivered via e-mail.