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Frequently Asked Questions

Speech therapy helps with delays in both expressive language (talking) and receptive language (understanding spoken language). It also helps children with articulation delays and feeding difficulties. Communicating using augmentative communication devices can also be targeted to help facilitate functional communication in children who are non-verbal or not yet talking.

First, complete a contact form. Once that is received, we will be in touch with you to answer any questions you may have, and to schedule an evaluation if needed. If an evaluation is not needed, and services are ready to go, a therapist will be assigned to you, and that therapist will reach out to you directly to schedule your first session.

Currently, Lauralee’s Speech Therapy is accepting clients approved for services through the Department of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) and those with AHCCCS insurance. Private pay clients are also accepted at this time. Private insurance is not yet accepted; but keep checking back for updates regarding this policy.

No, your child does not need a diagnosis of any kind to start. Our team will walk you through the evaluation process to determine the need for speech therapy services. If speech therapy is recommended, a treatment plan will be created, and then services can begin.

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Is Lauralee’s Therapy Right for You and Your Child?

Contact us today if you’d like to learn more about speech therapy and the other services we offer, or to schedule an evaluation!

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