What are the fees and accepted insurances?

In setting fees, we are guided by the standards set by our professional association, ASHA, and resources necessary to maintain an exemplary level of service in our clinic. Speech4Kids is currently in-network with Amerigroup, Peachstate, Medicaid, CareSource and Blue Cross Blue Shield.

Who is a Speech pathologist?

A speech-language pathologist (SLP) is a licensed health care professional specializing in diagnosing and treating speech and language disabilities. SLPs screen, identify, assess, refer, and provide treatment to persons with (or at risk for) speech, voice, language, communication, swallowing and other speech/language related disabilities.

How does a speech-language pathologist help correct speech/language disabilities?

The Speech-Language Pathologists at Speech4Kids are trained therapists specializing in in evaluating speech-language disabilities. Our therapists work with clients to diagnose disabilities and create/carry out treatment plans. Treatment plans are determined by the specific disability and range from correcting or modifying a speech/language disorder to developing functional communication systems. At Speech4Kids, we believe that families are an integral aspect to improving communication disorders. Our therapists work closely with clients and their families to provide treatment that extends beyond office visits for faster results.

Why should I contact Speech4Kids?

When you contact our offices you can expect to be greeted by our dedicated therapists who will create a welcoming environment for you and your child. Your confidentiality is very important to us. We will ensure all your personal information will only be used by our professionals and disclosed only with your permission. Our therapists travel to your child’s home, school or are seen at the private office located in Duluth. You can work with your therapist to find a setting which works best.

How do I get started?

  1. Complete the intake form and sign company policy from our website.
  2. Speech4Kids will fax a prescription request to your child’s pediatrician for an evaluation. You can also request them to fax to us at: 866-398-1373.
  3. Our Speech Therapists will call you to schedule an evaluation.

What takes place during a speech therapy session?

Speech Therapy is a one-on-one session with a trained speech therapist. The session are 25-30 minutes long and are typically 1-2 times a week. Speech therapy can be in the child’s home, daycare, school or speech4kids clinic.

What disorders are treated?

  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Auditory/Language Processing Disorders
  • Apraxia (motor planning disorders)
  • Articulation Disorders
  • Expressive Language Development
  • Oral Motor/Feeding Difficulties
  • Pragmatics/Social Language Skills
  • Reading/Literacy Skills
  • Receptive Language Development
  • Stuttering/Dysfluency