Frequently Asked Questions

Speech Therapy Services from the Comfort of Home


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How Can Speech Therapy Help?

My ultimate goal is to maximize the client’s independence and quality of life.

Impairments can result from a variety of illnesses, injuries, or diseases. Examples include infection, stroke, brain injury, cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, and Parkinson’s disease.

What Is A Speech-Language Pathologist?

Known as Speech-Language Pathologist, Speech Therapist, or SLP, this specialist provides assessment and treatment for people of all ages with speech, language, voice, swallowing or cognitive impairments. SLPs are required to obtain a master’s degree, state license, and national certification to practice but can work in a variety of settings from schools, hospitals, home health care, outpatient clinics and nursing facilities .

What Are Some Of The Benefits Of Telepractice?

  • Virtual options have become increasingly available.
  • Caregiver responsibility reduces while connection to care is maintained.
  • Schedule flexibility.
  • Time commitment for travel and wait times is eliminated
  • Treatments can be provided from the comfort and safety of home (Once technical requirements are established).Strategies and techniques for telepractice and in-person treatment are the same.
  • Maintaining safety precautions and social distancing can be prioritized, while still receiving necessary services.
  • Medicare and most private insurance companies now approve telepractice for speech therapy services.
  • Telepractice is supported by ASHA and HIPPAA as an appropriate and user friend method of service delivery.

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