Private Pay & Insurance Options
Frequently Asked Questions
1. Where do services take place?
We make it easy for families to get speech therapy services by traveling to your home in the following suburbs of Chicago: Woodridge, Downers Grove, Lisle, Hinsdale, Oakbrook, Naperville, Plainfield, & Joliet
2. Do you accept insurance?
We accept BCBS PPO and private pay at this time. We're happy to provide step-by-step instructions for clients to submit a super bill to their insurance companies for potential reimbursement if they are out of network.
3. How long are speech therapy sessions?
Speech therapy session length can vary between 30 and 45 minutes depending on family's preference and the individual needs of each client.
4. How do I know if my child needs speech therapy?
A speech therapy evaluation is recommended if your child has difficulty with any of the following:
Your child may have difficulty saying a certain sound or words. For example, saying "wain" for "rain" or "fink" for "think".
Your child may have difficulty with patterns of sounds, such as leaving off the beginning or ending sounds in words. For example, saying "ca" for "cat" or "si" for "sit".
Your child might be repeating parts of words, whole words, or phrases. He or she might appear to be struggling to get words out. For example, "I-I-I see a cat." or "Let's go, let's go, let's go to the store."
Your child may have difficulty understanding language. For example, following directions, answering questions appropriately, or understanding what certain words mean might be difficult for them.
Your child might have difficulty using language. He or she might not be saying many words, could be having difficulty with putting words together in the right form or order (grammar), or knowing the appropriate names for things (vocabulary).
5. How do I get started?
Reach out! Call or text (815) 474-9277, email carley@sweettalkspeechtherapy, or fill out the contact form here and we'll set up our free consultation! During the consultation, we'll learn more about your concerns and decide if a speech therapy evaluation is warranted.