Frequently Asked Questions
What are some of the benefits of telepractice?
Teletherapy not only allows us to increase our ability to provide more children across Maine with high-quality and specialized services it also:
Offers more convenience with flexible scheduling
Requires NO travel time/expense
Increases consistency & regularity
Interactive & engaging for kids which promotes progress towards goals
Do you take insurance?
Currently, Martha Speech, LLC accepts Aetna insurance. We can provide a monthly Superbill - documentation that allows families to request reimbursement from their insurance companies. Please check your insurance policy to see if this option is available for you. All major credit and debit cards, including FSA and HSA cards, utilize Stripe.
How long is a therapy session?
Sessions are 30-45 minutes long, depending on the client's needs and ability to engage via telepractice. Following the session, the clinician sends a session note to the family via a secure message, containing information about progress, practice they can do at home, and goals for the next session.
How can I get started?
Book an initial consultation today! During the initial consultation, we can discuss your concerns and determine if an evaluation is needed.
Resources in Maine
Maine Parent Federation - Maine Parent Federation (MPF) is a private non-profit organization that provides information, referral, 1:1 telephone support, and training to parents of children with disabilities or special health care needs and the professionals who work with these families through numerous grant-funded projects
Autism Society of Maine - The Autism Society of Maine provides education and resources to support the valued lives of individuals on the autism spectrum and their families.
Learning Disabilities Association of Maine - The Learning Disabilities Association of Maine is dedicated to assisting individuals with specific learning disabilities through support, education, and advocacy.
Maine Child Development Services - The Child Development Services system is an Intermediate Educational Unit that provides both Early Intervention (birth through two years) and Free Appropriate Public Education (for ages three through five years) under the supervision of the Maine Department of Education.