All fees are private pay.
We understand that it may seem unusual to not accept insurance. However, there are several reasons for this. Insurance reimbursement rates for speech therapy services are often inadequate, making it challenging to provide quality care while covering the costs of running a practice. This can impact the amount of time and attention we can dedicate to each client.
Additionally, paneling and dealing with insurance companies involves significant administrative overhead, which can detract from the time and resources that could be devoted to client care. By not accepting insurance, we can focus more on providing personalized and effective therapy without the bureaucratic hurdles.
Furthermore, it's important to note that insurance coverage for speech therapy services can vary widely. Many insurance plans have limitations on the types and amount of therapy sessions covered, which may not align with the individual needs of clients. By not relying on insurance, we have the flexibility to tailor treatment plans that best address each client's unique requirements. For instance, our clubs and consulting services are generally not considered to be 'medically necessary' and thus are not typically covered by insurance.
Ultimately, our decision not to accept insurance allows us to prioritize client-centered care, streamline administrative processes, and ensure flexibility in treatment options, ultimately leading to a more effective and personalized therapy experience.
We are looking into the ability to accept other types of payments (respite funds, etc...) and will update this page when we have an answer regarding them.