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Comprehensive Speech and Language Assessment

Speech (Articulation and Phonology) Screening

 

Health Insurance

If you have health insurance, you may be able to claim some of the cost of speech and language therapy and assessment sessions. Please contact your health insurance provider to discuss what options are available to you. 

Tax Relief

You can also avail of tax relief for speech and language therapy for children under the age of 18 or adults above the age of 18 who are in full-time education. To avail of this you will need a MED 1 FORM and all receipts provided. You will also need a medical letter of referral  from your GP.

You can find more information about this from the Revenue website or from the Citizen’s Information website.

Cancellation Policy

We understand that life is hectic and children get sick. We kindly ask that at least 24 hours notice is provided so other families on the waiting list can avail of the service instead. If you need to cancel within 24 hours, a cancellation fee of 50% will be applied which reflects the work and preparation time for your appointment. The cancelled session will be viewed as an indirect therapy session and guidelines and materials (if appropriate) will be emailed to you to ensure your child continues to achieve their therapy goals within their block of therapy. 

 

This is typically carried out over two x 45 minute sessions and involves a case history, parent interview​, standardized and non-standardized measures of specific aspects of speech, spoken and non-spoken language, cognitive-communication, observations and analysis of work samples. A summary report is included as standard.

*Home and school visits may incur an additional charge, depending on the distance

This is typically carried out in a 60 minute session and involves screening of individual speech sounds, in all word positions, and in connected speech. A screening of oral motor functioning or recommendation for further assessment may be appropriate. A summary report is included as standard.