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Treatment Sessions

$75 for 30 minutes
$100 for 45 minutes

*Pricing includes travel and documentation.

Lifeline Speech Therapy is currently private pay only.

Lifeline Speech Therapy is out-of-network for all insurance companies. A Superbill can be provided at the end of the month for clients to submit to their insurance provider for possible reimbursement.


Payment is due at the time of the service appointment. Cash and check are accepted.  Debit, credit, HSA, or FSA are also accepted through IvyPay.


Not sure if your child needs an evaluation?

The SLP may conduct a 15-minute screening in-person or by phone to determine if a full evaluation is necessary.


An evaluation is an important first step.

Every individual has a different starting point, relative strengths, and relative weaknesses. An evaluation is an important first step for the SLP to get to know the client and gather information necessary to create an individualized treatment plan.

  • A full evaluation consists of the primary evaluation session and a follow-up session. During the evaluation session, the SLP will observe the client's speech/language skills, as well as complete thorough formal and/or informal assessments. Evaluation session length will vary depending on the concerns needing to be addressed. During the follow-up session, which will be scheduled 1-2 weeks after the evaluation session, the SLP will provide a written evaluation report and discuss the evaluation findings. 

  • Before scheduling a primary evaluation session, the client or their parent/guardian will need to submit a case history form, including contact information, medical history, social/developmental/behavioral information, and current speech/language concerns.

Treatment Sessions

Treatment sessions are evidence-based and individualized.
  • Once a client or their parent/guardian decides to continue with therapy, the SLP will discuss availability and frequency of treatment sessions. Generally, evenings and Saturdays are available.

  • Treatment sessions are offered in 30 or 45-minute sessions. The SLP and the client or their parent/guardian will work together to decide which session length best works with the family's schedule and meets the client's needs.

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