Insurance and Professional Fees
Communication Foundations is currently a participating provider for:
- Anthem BC/BS members
- Cigna members
- Aetna members
- ConnectiCare members
- Harvard Pilgrim
- Private-Pay (cash, check, credit card)
* Network participation does not guarantee coverage of services*
We can provide you with receipts from therapy sessions for Out-of-Network insurance reimbursement; we do not submit Out-of-Network claims at this time. We encourage you to contact your provider by calling the Member Services number on the back of your insurance card, for specific plan information.
Communication Foundations offers competitive rates. Please contact us for more information regarding rates for specific services.
Additional Funding Resources
We understand that often times Health Insurance companies do not cover/reimburse for Speech Therapy for specific disabilities. Below are a list of resources for private grant funding options.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where are you located?
963 Queen Street, Suite C
Southington CT 06489
Conveniently located on Rt 10, minutes from Interstate 84.
Do you accept insurance?
Yes! Communication Foundations, LLC, is proud to be a participating provider for Anthem BC/BS, Aetna, Cigna, & ConnectiCare. We also accept Private-Pay clients (payable by cash, check or credit card) at this time. We can provide you with receipts from therapy sessions for insurance reimbursement from other carriers.
How much therapy will my child need?
Each child has their own individual set of needs. A course of treatment, including number of weekly sessions, will be discussed with you, during an initial consultation.
What are your hours?
Available session times for the 2020-2021 school year * Summer availability varies by therapist*
Wednesday: 9-5 pm
My child receives Speech Therapy in school. Why should we seek private therapy?
School based therapy primarily addresses concerns that have an educational impact on the child’s school performance. Connecticut State guidelines dictate eligibility criteria for Service Delivery in schools; often times a child is found ‘ineligible’ for school based therapy, yet there is still a concern.
Clinically/home based therapy focuses on the impact on the child’s entire life. There is more freedom to incorporate Activities of Daily living, family members, play skills, social skills, etc.
What do you mean, “Principles of ABA”?
ABA, or Applied Behavioral Analysis uses a systematic approach to change or modify behaviors. These behaviors usually focus around socially appropriate interactions and communication. Your child's therapist will utilize these principles to modify or shape communicative exchanges, when appropriate.
What is PROMPT Therapy?
PROMPT is a specific tactile kinesthetic cueing system used to help children with speech disorders. PROMPT therapy is useful for a wide range of clients with communication disorders. The most common clients have motor speech disorders, articulation problems or are non-verbal children. More information can be found at www.promptinstitute.com