When you arrive at Speak Easy Speech Therapy, you will be met by our friendly office staff that will bring you to our treatment space. They will take a copy of your insurance information and give you an intake packet to complete throughout the evaluation which will ask about medical history, development, and family history. Additionally, it will outline our policies and procedures here at Speak Easy. 

In the treatment space, you will meet with a Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP), who will be conduct your, or your child’s evaluation. Depending upon the concerns presented, and the client’s age, the evaluation could be an interview-based or an interactive assessment, in which you or your child is asked a series of questions by the clinician. 

Following the evaluation, the SLP will then decide if ongoing treatment is necessary. Depending upon the findings, a client may be seen one-to-two times per week. Our Client Care Coordinator will help to get your weekly sessions scheduled with one of our amazing therapists. 


Q: What should I bring with me?

  • Insurance card  
  • Credit card/HSA/FSA card for our records 
  • Any relevant medical reports or IEP that you wish to share with the SLP
  • Any equipment that your child regularly uses such as eyeglasses, hearing aid, and any augmentative form of communication, (e.g. choice board, PECS, iPad, communication device)  
  • A list of any questions you may have for the SLP!

Q: How long will the evaluation take?
A: The evaluation is scheduled for one hour.  

Q: What is the parking situation?
A: Free parking is available in the back of the building. Please feel free to reach out to us, if you would like a copy of our parking instructions sent to you via email.

Q: Can I bring my other children?
A: Yes, of course! We know that the lives of our parents can be super busy, and finding someone to watch your other kiddos isn’t always an option. We pride ourselves in being a family-focused clinic and love to include family members in our sessions. 

Q: Will my insurance cover the necessary treatment?
A: Insurance coverage varies, but many health insurance plans cover our services. It is important that you contact your insurance company to verify speech therapy benefits and if the diagnosis you were given is covered under your specific policy. In many cases, insurance companies include a medical necessity clause, meaning that some diagnoses are not covered if they are not deemed medically necessary.