Frequently Asked Questions
Here are the questions that we frequently answer. If all of your questions are not answered, don't hesitate to contact us.
Does Therapy Toolbox accept insurance?
Therapy Toolbox is excited to announce that we are in network providers with
Tricare, Tricare Prime, Anthem, Federal, Carefirst, Aetna, and CIGNA.
What are some examples of speech disorders Therapy Toolbox works with in therapy?
The SLPs at Therapy Toolbox have worked with clients that have difficulty with the following speech areas:
- Fluency (stuttering)
- Social language
- Expressive language
- Receptive language
- Accent modification
The SLPs at Therapy Toolbox have also worked with clients that have the following:
- Autism (mild to severe)
- Down Syndrome
- Angelman's Syndrome
- Cerebral Palsy
- Unspecified genetic or neurological disorders
Where does speech, language, or feeding therapy occur?
Therapy Toolbox provides therapy sessions in our office in downtown Fredericksburg (click here for directions). We also provide therapy in the homes, preschools or daycares of our clients in Fredericksburg and and in the greater Richmond area.
What are the qualifications of the speech and language pathologists at Therapy Toolbox?
The speech and language pathologists (SLP) at Therapy Toolbox have completed a Masters program in Speech and Language Pathology from an accredited college or university in which they must complete the coursework, conduct therapy in a variety of areas under the supervision of a certified SLP, and pass an examination assessing their knowledge of the field given by their university and another examination that is taken nationally by every graduating SLP student. The SLP's then go through a 9-month fellowship in which they are working under the supervision of a certified SLP.
How do I inquire about receiving your services?
If you would like to make a referral or a request for a speech and language evaluation or therapy, please contact us by phone at 540.693.0527, email email@example.com, or submit a form on the website under the Contact Us section. We look forward to hearing from you!
What is a home program?
Therapy Toolbox believes that it is important to practice targeted skills in the home environment with the family members our clients interact with daily. Therefore, when our clients are ready to practice their newly acquired skills outside of the therapy time, a home program is created for continued practice. Every home program is individualized targeting our client's specific goals to increase the carryover and generalization of skills between therapy sessions.
How often will therapy occur and how long will it last?
Each client is unique in their speech and language needs. There are a variety of factors that contribute to therapy frequency and duration. The speech and language pathologist will recommend a frequency for treatment based on the results of the evaluation and/or therapy goals. Therapy can be provided up to several times per week to occassional consultants for skill maintenance.
What is a speech and language pathologist?
Speech and language pathologists diagnose and treat infants, children, and adults with a variety of speech, language, communication, cognitive, feeding, and swallowing concerns. They work in a variety of settings including the private sector, hospitals, schools, assisted living facilities, home health, and universities.