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  • How do I get started?
    Please email Jordan directly at to schedule your free phone consultation or call 917-719-0424.
  • Do you take insurance?
    We are considered an in-network provider with Premera Blue Cross in Washington state. This includes Blue Cross Blue Shield members who are part of the BlueCard program. If you are a Premera member, we will bill Premera directly as in-network for all services rendered. You will be responsible for any copay, coinsurance, and deductible based on your Premera plan. While we are happy to bill Premera on your behalf, your coverage is an agreement between you and the insurance company. We will work with you to resolve any denied claims; however, any unpaid portions are your responsibility. For all other insurance providers, Nurture Speech & Feeding Therapy will be considered an out-of-network provider. Payment is expected at the time of service via check, credit/debit card, or FSA/HSA card. After payment, a superbill (medical receipt) can be provided that you submit directly to your insurance provider for possible reimbursement using your out-of-network benefits. Many insurance plans offer out-of-network reimbursement for speech therapy. However, coverage will depend on your specific plan and may vary based on the specific diagnosis, so it is important for you to understand the details of your policy. While we do not require a physician referral/prescription to begin services for private pay clients, your insurance may require one if you plan to submit for out-of-network reimbursement. It is recommended you contact your insurance provider to ask about your out-of-network benefits and any requirements for reimbursement. It is your responsibility to know and understand your insurance benefits, but we will be happy to send you a guide with questions to ask your insurance provider to help you navigate this. Please email for more information.
  • Where are services provided?
    We offer evaluations and therapy sessions in homes, daycares, and private schools in New York City on the Upper West Side, Upper East Side, and Midtown Manhattan. We may have availability in other Manhattan neighborhoods, so please contact us to inquire. We also offer online sessions via teletherapy for anyone in New York or Washington state.
  • What ages do you work with?
    We work with children of all ages birth to 18.
  • My child receives speech therapy at school. Can we do private sessions too?
    Yes! Many families choose to seek out a private speech-language patholgoist for additional support outside of school. Private therapy can offer the benefits of one-on-one attention and close parent involvement. In addition, some children with speech, language, or feeding issues may not qualify for school services if their difficulties do not have a clear educational impact in the school setting. We are always happy to collaborate with your child's school providers to ensure carry over of skills across settings.
  • How do I know if my child needs speech and language therapy?
    Your child may benefit from speech and language therapy if you answer "yes" to any of the following questions: Is your child delayed in meeting speech and language milestones? Is your child struggling to combine words into sentences? Do you or others have difficulty understanding your child? Does your child have difficulty following instructions or understanding what someone says? Does your child struggle to find the 'right' word when talking, often using fillers like 'um' and 'uh', or use non-specific vocabulary like 'this,' 'that,' and 'thing'? Does your child make grammatical errors like not using the past tense or plurals? Does your child have difficulty answering questions in conversation? Does your child have difficulty interacting with others in social situations? Is your child struggling with reading or writing? Is there a family history of speech and language difficulties? Does your child have another condition that puts him or her at risk of speech and language difficulties such as Autism Spectrum Disorder or a genetic disorder? Please contact us to schedule a free phone consultation about your concerns.
  • How do I know if my child needs feeding therapy?
    Your child may benefit from feeding therapy if you answer "yes" to any of the following questions: Does your child eat fewer than 20 foods consistently? Does your child avoid entire food groups? Does your child only eat certain textures of foods (e.g. crunchy solids, purees)? Is your child having difficulty transitioning from purees to solid foods? Does your child refuse foods and engage in avoidance behaviors such as turning their head away or trying to leave the table? Do meals consistently take a long time (greater than 30 minutes) or feel like a 'battle'? Does your child gag, cough, choke, or vomit when eating/drinking or shortly after? Please contact us to schedule a free phone consultation about your concerns.
  • What are the benefits of telepractice (online therapy)?
    Telepractice or teletherapy is convenient and effective! It can be an easy way to fit a therapy session into your weekly schedule and has been shown to be just as effective as in-person speech therapy for many children. Teletherapy encourages family involvement, since you will be able to participate directly in each session. Online sessions are carried out in a very similar way to in-person sessions though we utilize many digital strategies to make these sessions fun and engaging. Jordan has significant experience working with children via teletherapy and continues to see clients both in the US and the UK virtually. She loves to tailor activities to your child's particular interests in order to keep them highly engaged during online sessions!

No Surprises Act / Good Faith Estimate:

A new law went into effect on January 1, 2022 that requires health care providers to give patients who don’t have insurance or who are self-pay (not using insurance) an estimate of the expected charges. This is called a Good Faith Estimate (GFE). You have the right to receive a GFE for the total expected cost of any healthcare services. You can request a GFE before scheduling services and must be provided with one after you have scheduled any service. Your provider will give you a list of services associated with your care and the expected charges. If you receive a bill that is at least $400 more than your GFE, you can dispute the bill. 

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