I am currently providing services via telepractice.Do you have availability in the evenings or on weekends?
Yes. Daytime, evening and weekend appointments are available.What does a session look like?
Sessions are designed to be fun and motivating for the child, while building in maximal opportunities for practice of target sounds, words and phrases. I bring a variety of games, books, activities and pretend-play scenarios to the table, to help keep young children engaged and learning. I would love to learn more about your childs special interests, to customize our sessions together!My child currently sees an SLP through school or through a health unit. Can children access both public and private SLP services?
Yes! Private services can be a wonderful way to supplement services received through a health unit or through school. I am always happy to collaborate with any professionals that are working with your child, to ensure that we are providing cohesive and consistent services.What are your rates?
Services are billed at $140/hour. Some children get the most benefit out of shorter sessions, which are pro-rated accrodingly.How long and how frequent are your sessions?
Sessions may be 30-, 45- or 60-minutes in duration. We will factor in age, attention, and the specific goals your child is working on, when deciding how long sessions should be.
Frequency of our sessions can also vary. While 1x a week is a good fit for many families, some children would benefit from more frequent, intensive practice, and others may require less. Once we have determined our initial treatment goals, we will discuss what frequency of sessions would be a best fit.Are your fees covered by insurance?
Many health insurance plans do include coverage for Speech-Language Pathology services. Please check with your provider to see if coverage is available. I do not offer direct billing to insurance companies; however I do provide detailed invoices and receipts for all services.Can I self-refer, or do I need a doctors note?
I do not require a referral to provide services; however, some insurance plans may require a doctors note in order to provide coverage. Please check with your insurance provider.