Frequently Asked Questions

Contact a licensed speech-language pathologist to schedule an evaluation.

Here at the Scottish Rite Childhood Language Center, our speech therapists have a master’s or doctoral degree within their area of expertise, ASHA certification, and a current license in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

Payments by your insurance provider are driven by your coverage. For that reason, it is recommended that you contact your insurance carrier.

The Scottish Rite Childhood Language Center in Richmond, Virginia offers services to children with fees based on their family’s ability to pay. If you would like to be considered for financial assistance, please call us at 804-266-6699 or click here for more information.

Yes, every child treated at the Scottish Rite Childhood Language Center is required to have a doctor’s order documenting the medical necessity for the evaluation,which is not the same thing as a referral. A doctor’s order is required for all patients, regardless of method of payment for service.

We will provide you with an evaluation report discussing your child’s strengths and weaknesses and make recommendations.

Children are typically scheduled for therapy once a week for thirty to forty-five minutes, depending on their needs and availability.

The amount of time a child attends speech therapy is dependent on many factors. These include the disorder being treated, the severity of the problem, cognitive functioning, motivation, and parental involvement, among others. The speech therapist will develop specific goals based on your child’s needs.

Speech therapy is an effective way to improve your child’s communication skills.

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