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What kind of service do I need? Where will I be receiving these services? How long are these services?


Free of charge, the first consultation is used to discuss concerns and needs of the patient. This will be used to determine whether further evaluation is warranted. These consultations are free of charge and are provided via telephone and video conferencing and last about 15 minutes.

Once therapy begins, other consultations or meetings may be scheduled for continuing education, advocacy, or to collaborate with the patient's other therapists, educators, or medical professionals as needed.

Comprehensive Evaluation

A comprehensive evaluation includes case history, caregiver interview, observation through play or conversation, speech/language sample, and standardized assessment. Depending on the patient's needs, their receptive and expressive language, articulation/speech, fluency, voice, pragmatic/social skills, and feeding skills will be evaluated. Evaluations will typically take 1 hour but may be more or less dependent on each case. In-person evaluations will preferably be conducted in the patient's home to observe them in their least restrictive natural environment. Evaluations are also readily available via telehealth as well.
Before treatment in the first therapy session, the evaluation findings will be further discussed. You will get a copy for your records upon request.


Each therapy session is carefully planned to incorporate the patient's Plan of Care in order to provide the highest quality of services. Individualized therapy is planned and conducted via teletherapy (Zoom), at home, school/daycare, or within the community. This allows the patient to be comfortable and learn in their natural environment and also allows caregivers and teachers to become educated on how to provide carryover of skills being learned and to participate in sessions as well.
Therapy may be scheduled as 20 mins, 30 mins, 45 mins, or 60 min sessions. Recommended duration and frequency is dependent on the needs of the patient.
Social group sessions and parent education (Mommy & Me or Daddy & Me) classes are also available upon request.

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Payment is due at the time services are rendered and may be made via cash, debit/credit, or HSA/FSA card through secure HIPPA-compliant payment. The Family Empowerment Scholarship for Students with Unique Abilities (FES-UA), formerly known as The Gardiner Scholarship, is also accepted.

Speech Eat Learn does not work with insurance in order to spend appropriate time planning, driving to, and providing best quality of care for your child without having to deal with the hassle of insurance. Recommendations are always honest and given with professional judgement rather than being based on what little insurance covers.

An itemized bill/superbill may be provided to families upon request to submit to their insurance provider for reimbursement. Please understand that the necessary paperwork will be provided but you are fully responsible to submit and communicate with the insurance company. Please contact us for the private pay parent guide, scholarship, or other payment information.

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