What types of insurance do you accept?

We currently accept Blue Cross Blue Shield, TriCare, Aetna, United Healthcare,  Humana, Mercy Care, Cigna and many more. Please call for details.

How do I know if my child can benefit from pediatric therapy?

Please consult your physician or call us to schedule a free 15 minute screening at the clinic for physical, occupational, or speech therapy.

Do you offer social skills groups?

We offer communication and social skills groups for toddlers, preschoolers, elementary aged children, and middle/highschool students.

What do I need to fill out before the first appointment?

Initial intake forms will be provided prior to the initial appointment.  Please contact our office at (623) 500-2401 for additional details.

Do you offer appointments on Saturdays?

Yes.  We do offer Saturday appointments, but slots are filling up quickly.  Please contact our office for current availability.

How long does an appointment take?

For speech/language therapy, we typically recommend two 30 minute sessions per week.

  • We want therapy to be as effective as possible. Research shows more frequent sessions per week have a greater impact on progress than total time spent on therapy.
  • In order to have the maximum spread between days, we schedule sessions in pairs at the same time on either Monday/Thursday, Tuesday/Friday, or Wednesday/Saturday. Saturday appointments are available for a small after hours fee.
  • Older children may benefit from a 50 minute session one time per week.

OT and PT patients are typically seen for one 50 minute session per week.

Orofacial Myology treatments are typically scheduled for 45 minute sessions one time per week.

My child has braces and his/her orthodontist recommended therapy for a tongue thrust. Do you provide therapy to address tongue thrust?

Our Speech-Language Pathologists have attended training for certification with the International Association of Orofacial Myology. Please check out our link further explaining Orofacial Myology under the “Our Services” tab under “Speech Services.”

My child sucks his/her thumb. Do you have services to address thumb sucking, finger sucking, or pacifier sucking habits?

We offer services to help eliminate thumb/finger/pacifier sucking habits in children as young as age four.

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