A speech-language pathologist (SLP) diagnoses and treats speech, language, social
communication, cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders in children and adults.
The Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) of the American Speech-Language-Hearing
Association (ASHA) is a nationally recognized credential for audiologists and speech-language
pathologists. Extensively trained and dedicated to improving lives, ASHA-certified professionals
are committed to excellence and adhere to the highest ethical standards. Only those who
complete a rigorous academic program, pass a national examination, and pursue continuing
education are eligible to be ASHA-certified.
While Let’s Talk Speech and Language Therapy does not participate in any health insurance
plans, we will provide you with a super-bill you may wish to submit for reimbursement of out-
of-network services. Please contact your insurance company to determine whether you have
coverage for speech and language therapy.
We begin with a phone consultation during which parents share their concerns with the SLP.
You may schedule an evaluation with us or provide the SLP with a recent evaluation report. If
therapy is warranted, a weekly schedule of in-person or teletherapy sessions will be arranged.
You may wish to supplement school-based services with private therapy to increase progress,
develop skills not addressed in an IEP, provide greater therapy-to-home success, and guarantee
Yes, your child may qualify for treatment despite not meeting state or school eligibility
requirements. Call to discuss your child’s unique needs.
I believe communication is vital for a happy, fulfilling life. Being a part of a child’s journey to
more successful communication and meaningful relationships is a source of great joy for me!
Establishing a connection with children and their families is very rewarding.