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  • How do I know my child needs Speech Therapy?
    If your child is not responding to her name by 7 months, not using a variety of consonant and vowel sounds, single words or having trouble understanding commands by 12-18 months, having trouble putting 2 words together and/or imitating words and phrases by 2 years old, your child may need Speech Therapy. If your 3 year old is not understood by unfamiliar listeners 75% of the time or your child has trouble with using correct grammar or your oider child is having difficulty saying certain sounds, they may need Speech Therapy.
  • How do I get started?
    Give me a call for a free phone consultation or fill out the form under "contacts" and we'll get started.
  • Do you take insurance?
    Speech With Katie is considered an out-of-network provider, accepting private pay only. Katie is able to provide an invoice with insurance codes for you to submit to your health insurance company for reimbursement. Please contact your health insurance company to find out how they cover reimbursement for out-of-network Speech Therapy.
  • How does Teletherapy work?
    Teletherapy services are provided using Zoom. Sessions can be conducted via computer or iPad. For older children who are proficient with the computer, a parent need not be present for sessions, but is encouraged to be nearby for technical help if needed. Fun, interactive sessions are planned to target your child's speech and language goals, using your child's interests when selecting activities.
  • What if my child did not qualify for Early Intervention or School based services?
    If your child did not qualify for Early Intervention or DOE services and they have a mild to moderate speech or language delay, which could benefit from support, please complete the contact form or call for a free phone consultation to get started.
  • Do you require parents to be present for sessions?
    Parent involvement will help with supporting your child and enhancing progress along the way. If your child is proficient with the computer, a parent is not required to be present. It is recommended that a parent be nearby, however for tech support or modeling specific strategies for home carryover.
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