People often have questions about pediatric therapy and academic support. Scroll down to learn more about our profession.
Why should your private school become a LoopSLL school?
Parents send their children to private school because they want to make a significant difference in the life of their child. Simply put, they want the best for their children. They especially want the best for their child if their child has any speech, language, or learning challenges. Our one of a kind approach is the best you will find in the City of Chicago. You will set your school apart by partnering with us and offering the highest quality speech, language, and occupational therapy and learning remediation. We do not offer our services outside of schools, which means your school will be able to offer therapy that parents won't even be able to get outside of school.
Do you provide in-home therapy?
We do not provide in-home therapy. Our services are available at our partnering private schools. Therapy takes place at your child's school, during the school day. Not sure if your child's school is partnering with us? Contact us to find out!
What forms of payment do you accept?
All clients are required to keep a current credit card on file, which will be charged at the end of the month. You will need to fill out the Credit Card Authorization Form found in the Contact section of this website. This is a HIPPA compliant and encrypted form that allows you to enter your information securely.
Do you take insurance?
We are in-network with BCBS PPO and United Health Care. We are considered an out-of-network provider for all other insurances. If our practice is out-of-network for your insurance, we will be happy to provide you with statements that include all the information needed to seek out-of-network reimbursement from your insurance carrier.
How long does therapy take?
Every child is different and there are a multitude of factors that need to be considered when determining the length of services for speech, language, and occupational therapy and learning remediation. Some factors include the type of disorder/difference (speech therapy versus a language disorder, specific learning impairment, etc.,), the severity of the disorder, the readiness of your child, commitment to therapy sessions, and family involvement.