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Frequently Asked Questions

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Where do you provide services?

We provide services in an office setting. We have spacious therapy rooms and a sensory gym. 

Do you accept insurance?

 Yes, we accept Anthem BCBS, Tricare Select, Aetna, United Healthcare and Cigna. If you have a different insurance, we offer courtesy claim submission or superbills.

Will my insurance cover these services?

Coverage depends on your chosen insurance plan and no two plans are the same. If using insurance, we will conduct a detailed benefits check prior to your first appointment to determine coverage. We also provide all clients with a worksheet to verify their own benefits based upon specific questions to ask your insurance carrier. We STRONGLY encourage you to complete a benefits check in addition to our check. 

What is needed before the evaluation?

In order to schedule an evaluation, you must follow a few steps. First, request a free consultation by clicking here to determine if our services are right for you. If using insurance, please gather a referral from your child's pediatrician.

How long is your waiting list?

It can be difficult to predict how long someone will be on the waiting list as spots open only when a child has met their goals or a family comes off the schedule for various reasons. 

The more flexible your schedule, the easier scheduling will be for appointments. We offer therapeutic peer groups and parent trainings for those on our waiting list to enhance speech and language skills while waiting for recurring therapy.

What ages and populations do you serve?

To ensure the highest quality of care for your child, we service children between the ages of 18 months-10 years old with speech sound disorders and autism. For other communication concerns, we will refer you to the right provider for your child's needs in our area. 

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