Are you looking for speech or language therapy for your child? I offer therapy services in and around Chester County, PA; however, I offer teletherapy services as well if you happen to live in other areas in PA or DE. Superbills can be provided for insurance reimbursement whenever applicable. Please contact me or book through my private practice website or my email address below
Updated Covid related information:
To better serve the community i am happy and thankful to announced that we can offer in person evaluations of services. I am fully vaccinated and available for home visits a the request of family preferences. The recommendations from the Chester County Health Department and the CDC are reviewed frequently for any changes or updates in county or state policies related to COVID-19. Therefore, policies, service delivery, and therapy planning may change as the situation changes. If you have concerns or questions, please reach out.
General Guidance and Policy for any in-person meetings:
All families are required to complete a health assessment consisting of a self-screening on the day of a scheduled in-person session. A self-screener will be shared with all families at the time of service.
If the client or any family member within the home exhibits a temperature over 100 degrees, the family must reschedule their appointment. Virtual session are the exception to this rule. Late cancellation fees will be waived if due to COVID-19 symptoms for any in-person meetings. In-person sessions will be rescheduled if anyone in the home exhibits any symptoms of COVID-19, have been confirmed to have COVID-19, or if they have been advised by a medical professional to isolate or quarantine. This includes those waiting for a negative test result if COVID-19 is suspected.
The therapist will conduct a self screener each day and notify families of needed cancelations as soon as possible.
All family members are required to wear an appropriate face covering at the time of any in-person service. This includes children older than 2 except when doing so would inhibit the individual’s health or appropriate therapy intervention/assessment.
Family members are asked to practice physical and social distancing by staying at least six feet away from the therapist as much as possible.