Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Do you only provide therapy to bilingual or Spanish speakers?
A. We provide therapy to English speakers, Spanish speakers, bilinguals, and speakers of diverse languages.
Q. Should I choose one language when talking to my child who has special needs?
A. No. This is not required as research shows that children with special needs are capable of becoming bilingual.
Q. What are the benefits of receiving bilingual speech therapy?
A. We will focus on skills unique to each language and on skills that are common to both languages. By doing this we
will be able to assist your child in developing both languages.
Q. My child is currently receiving speech therapy at school, can he still get services at your clinic?
A. Yes. Children who receive services at school can receive services at our clinic if they qualify.
Q. My child is a little behind with his speech and language, should I be concerned?
A. If you are having difficulty understanding your child or getting him/her to use words appropriately,
we'll be happy to screen your child for free to make sure skills are age appropriate.
Q. My child was referred to your clinic by his doctor, what's the next step?
A. We realize this is a new process for most parents. After we receive the referral from your doctor,
we will call you in order to schedule your child's evaluation. If you have additional questions, please contact us.
Q. Is there anything I need to bring to the evaluation?
A. If you are planning on using insurance, please bring your child's insurance card. Also bring any documents related
to current or previous speech therapy (e.g., IEP, IFSP, screen for success document).
Q. What type of insurance do you accept?
A. We are currently accepting Medicaid (Kancare) and are in the process to also accept Blue Cross Blue Shield and Tricare.
Q. What if I don't have insurance?
A. We accept private pay and have special rates for you based on your income.
Q. How long are your therapy sessions?
A. Therapy sessions are 30 minutes.
Q. How long will my child be in therapy?
A. This will vary by individual and by the severity of the communication disorder exhibited. Attendance and family support will play
a big role in achieving a successful therapy outcome.