Frequently Asked Questions
E-Integrated SLP Services offers the convenience of private speech therapy through both telepractice as well as in-home/school sessions. This therapy approach eliminates travel, creates flexibility with scheduling, and provides the client a comfortable and familiar environment.
Private speech therapy allows an individual to have a 1 on 1 session with the focus solely on the needs of the client. There are times children may not qualify for school-based speech therapy, or they do qualify through the school system but receive therapy in group sessions. In both cases, private speech therapy provides an excellent alternative for individualized 1 on 1 sessions with our speech therapist.
Private speech therapy for adults is optimal if the client is not currently receiving home health services or recently received home health services but still feel a need for speech therapy.
Our affordable, flexible training sessions provide vital education that not only reduces liability but ensures a better quality of life for your clients.
These options eliminate the need for commuting and allows the client opportunity to receive speech therapy in the comfort of their own home or school setting. More importantly, those clients with an autoimmune disease or simply susceptible to illness, viruses, or other infection will not risk unnecessary exposure from outside sources when receiving virtual therapy.
E-Integrated SLP Services provides evaluations and treatments at competitive, affordable rates. Please contact us in order to learn more.
E-Integrated SLP Services is currently in-network with Blue Cross Blue Shield and in the process of becoming a provider with additional health insurance companies. We can provide our clients with a Superbill, which allows for insurance claim reimbursement. It is the client’s responsibility to verify insurance company benefits for reimbursement.
Yes, we take traditional/fee-for-service Medicare B. Per Medicare guidelines, services provided to individuals 65 + years of age, who accepted Medicare, must be billed through Medicare. Clients do not have the option of paying out of pocket for private speech therapy.
Yes. At this time, Medicare does cover select speech therapy telehealth services to Medicare Part B (outpatient) beneficiaries for the duration of the public health emergency (PHE).