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What ages do you treat?
Birth to the young at heart.
How old should someone be to start speech therapy?
Any age where a child is not meeting understanding and talking milestones.
Any age when an adult decides they want to modify their accent to talk to their communication partners.
Any age when an individual acquires a speech and language impairment. Examples: Having a stroke and needing help communicating. Sustaining a traumatic brain injury and needing help with executive functions/time management.
What is an evaluation?
An evaluation includes a comprehensive report which may include standardized testing, non-standardized testing, parent-report, and informal assessment measures. Results and recommendations will be provided in a written report.
What happens during a speech therapy session for adults?
Your therapist will use evidence-based
practice, personalized strategies, and
provide instructions to practice the
specific strategies outside of therapy to
help the individual meet their speech,
language, cognitive and communication goals.
What happens during a speech therapy session for children?
Your therapist will give you structured activities centered around your personalized goals. Parents and caregivers are encouraged to join sessions to receive coaching from the therapist. At the end of each session, the therapist will review the child’s strengths and activities to try out together. Practicing outside of therapy means better outcomes.
How do I login to my online appointment?
You will receive a link in your email from SimplePractice. This will bring you to the virtual waiting room and your therapist will welcome you to your online session. See this link for steps to smoothly join your online session: https://support.simplepractice.com/hc/en-us/articles/360003183011-Telehealth-FAQs-for-clients
How long is a therapy session?
Sessions may be reserved in 30 minute, 45 minute, or 1 hour increments.
Why do you not take insurance?
Say goodbye to insurance battles and crazy commutes. Speech Language Planner is private pay only. Our certified speech-language pathologist provides high-quality services that you can access while at home. Superbills are available upon request.
What is a Superbill?
A superbill is a document that has all of the information for an insurance company or other third party to decide on reimbursement for health expenses on behalf of a client. A Superbill has the client’s diagnosis, the service received, and the provider’s information.
Here is the information contained on a superbill from Speech Language Planner:
• Client’s identifying and contact information
• Provider’s name and credentials
• Virtual office address & phone number
• Provider’s tax ID
• Provider’s NPI
• Date(s) of service
• CPT code for the service ICD-10 code
• Fee for the service paid by the client