Do you take insurance?

I do not take insurance. I have previously, and in my experience third party payers often dictate how therapy is done. Many private insurances do not provide coverage for speech therapy unless there is a medical necessity, which they dictate. This is typically related to a genetic disorder, traumatic/acquired brain injury, or hearing loss. Frequency is also often dictated by third party payers.  Additionally, some insurances will pay for therapy but their deductibles are high. When looking for a therapist, I recommend contacting your insurance directly and asking specific questions about coverage. I recommend asking what diagnosis and treatment codes for speech therapy they cover.

Some insurances offer a specific amount of reimbursement for out-of-network providers. If this is the case, I can provide a Superbill for you to submit to your insurance directly. I have done this myself for my own out-of-network providers.

I try to keep my rates fair for my clients and myself by keeping them relatively close to some specialist co-payments. Please feel free to contact me directly if you have financial hardship as I offer a sliding scale in special circumstances.

What are your rates?

Speech and Language Therapy via teletherapy

30 minutes


Speech and Language Therapy at client's home or school (travel)

30 minutes


Comprehensive Communication Evaluation with detailed report

90 minutes


Speech Evaluation with detailed report

45 minutes to 1 hour


Do you have an office?

I do not have an office. I come directly to you! If driving time is more than 15 minutes there may be an additional fee, but this is something that we can discuss together. I also offer teletherapy services which have been shown to be an effective form of intervention for most children. Because I am licensed in both Massachusetts and North Carolina, I can also provide teletherapy services to  MA families and NC families who are not driving distance