How do I schedule an appointment?
If your doctor has sent us a referral, you will receive a phone call from our office assistant to confirm that you want to pursue therapy. After verifying your insurance benefits, we will select the best therapist to fit your needs and they will call you to schedule.
If you do not have a referral from a doctor, we may need to request a referral depending on your insurance. Some insurance companies will allow an initial evaluation without a referral. You can schedule by calling, emailing, or filling out the Contact Form below.
What do I need to bring to my first appointment?
If you did not complete the new client paperwork ahead of time online, please arrive early to your first appointment to fill out the paperwork in the office. Look for a clipboard at the front desk.
Please bring a photo ID and your insurance card(s) for us to copy, along with your medication list and medical history if needed.
If you’re coming for a feeding or swallowing evaluation, you may want to bring in specific foods/drinks for which you or your child are having difficulty.
If you wear glasses, hearing aids, and/or dentures, please bring and wear them. If you’re coming for a vocal cord dysfunction evaluation and your symptoms are induced by exercise, you can bring or wear athletic clothes for an exercise challenge. Please bring an inhaler if you use one.
Is your office ADA accessible?
We have two designated ADA parking spots and a ramp to the building. We do not have a button to automatically open the doors. Please come with someone who can assist you or contact us once you arrive, so we can open the doors for you.
What insurance do you accept?
If you do not see your insurance plan listed, we can check if they will offer out-of-network coverage.
Ultimately, the financial responsibility for an evaluation or treatment remains with the client. A verification of benefits is not a guarantee of payment.
Do you accept secondary and tertiary insurance?
Can I set up a payment plan?
Can I pay out-of-pocket?
Yes. We have an out-of-pocket rate for each service. Call or email us to find out what our out-of-pocket rate is for your needed service.
If you’re uninsured, self-pay, or don’t want to submit your claim to your insurance company, you have the right to receive a “Good Faith Estimate” explaining how much your health care will cost.
A “Good Faith Estimate” is an estimate of the total cost of the items and services that are reasonably expected for your healthcare needs. It should include expected charges for the primary item or service you’re getting, and costs for any related items or services that are provided as part of the same scheduled experience (like medical tests, equipment, prescription drugs, and hospital fees).
What methods of payment do you accept?
New Client Forms
All of our New Client Forms are now available electronically. To complete your paperwork, please click on the button below. You will be prompted to enter your email address to begin the process.
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