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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the difference between speech and language?
    Speech is how we say sounds and words. Speech includes articulation, voice, and fluency. Language refers to the words we use and how we use them to share ideas and get what we want. Language includes grammar, vocabulary use, following directions, and social communication with others.
  • How long will my child need speech therapy?
    Speech therapy will be different for every individual. This is determined by how your child responds to speech therapy, the degree of impairment, how frequently you are able to attend therapy, and how much you are able to practice strategies at home.
  • Is speech therapy covered by insurance?
    We are contracted with many insurance providers. The best way to find out is to call your insurance company directly and ask about your particular policy. Our office manager will help you with this process if you need it. Currently, we do not accept UMR.
  • How much does therapy cost if insurance does not cover?
    We offer out-of-pocket rates for payment at the time of service. We will go over these rates prior to your first session so that you are aware of the cost per evaluation and treatment session.
  • What kind of disorders do you treat?
    We treat Articulation, Phonological Disorders, Receptive and Expressive Language, Aphasia, Voice, Swallowing, Auditory processing, Dysfluency, Accent Reduction, Pragmatics, and more. Please feel free to ask about our services when you call and we will find out if Speech For Success can provide the therapy you need.
  • Do you offer Teletherapy?
    We do offer teletherapy and will provide quality services from the convenience of your home if you choose to attend therapy this way.
  • What ages do you work with?
    We work with a variety of ages, from toddlers-adults.
  • Billing or Insurance Questions?
    Email Tom or Adam at:
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