Frequently Asked Questions

Do you take insurance?

At this time, we do not bill insurance directly and would be considered an out-of-network provider. A superbill can be provided that you can submit to your insurance company for out-of-network reimbursement or for your HSA. We strongly recommend contacting your insurance provider if you plan to submit for reimbursement to ensure and confirm your benefits and out-of-network reimbursement policy. We can provide you with a guide containing questions to ask your insurance provider to help you navigate this.

What is teletherapy/telepractice?

Teletherapy is a convenient, flexible, and evidenced-based way to provide speech therapy services within the comfort of your home or other natural setting. Requirements include access to high-speed internet as well as a computer or device with a reliable camera and speaker. Benefits of teletherapy include reduced time for commuting, reduced cancellations due to weather or minor illness of a family member or your therapist and flexibility scheduling due to reduced travel time.

Do you offer intensive rehabilitation programming?

TLC Speech Therapy offers skilled and customized 1:1 speech therapy. For patients with neurologic injuries or illnesses, an intensive program can be developed focusing on their goals and needs. TLC Speech Therapy will work collaboratively with the patient, their families, and other caregivers and services providers to ensure the highest quality care and outcomes. Please contact us more to discuss if you are interested in intensive programming.

How do I know if my child has a feeding or swallowing problem?

Eating and mealtime should be enjoyable for all. If your child is having trouble eating, refusing foods, or showing signs of stress when eating then they may benefit from feeding therapy. If you have concerns about your child’s feeding, please know that you are not alone. Early detection and treatment are crucial long-term health and well-being of those with difficulty feeding and swallowing.

How do I know if my child has a speech and language problem?

Children develop skills within a range and all children have strengths and weaknesses. Some children walk before they talk and some talk before they walk. If a child has difficulty gaining speech and language skills consistently, they may have a speech or language disorder. Learn more about speech and language developmental milestones here.

Do you take precautions for COVID-19?

Our team of experienced speech pathologists follow CDC protocols for safety, including wearing masks, gloves and scrubs. We also screen all of our clients prior to booking any appointment.