Frequently Asked Questions

We are here to answer your questions!

What are you doing to ensure safety during COVID-19?

Our therapist will wear masks/ face shields, wash hands frequently and disinfect all therapy materials after use.


How do I know if my child’s speech and language skills are age appropriate?

​To determine if your child is using age appropriate speech and language skills, you can contact us and we can discuss your concerns. If further information is needed, a comprehensive assessment will be recommended.

How often will my child need therapy and how long are the sessions?

Length of sessions and frequency of therapy will be determined based on age, communication and overall goal of the child. Typically sessions are 30-60 minutes in length and our therapists always leave time to discuss progress and/ or at home strategies with the caregiver.

What do sessions look like?

Our sessions are fun, engaging, and tailored to the specific needs of your child! Our therapists use developmentally appropriate activities to address the goals of your child’s individual therapy plan. We believe children learn best from multiple experiences and play- based therapy style. Although, some children may benefit from a more structured therapy style, we will provide therapy in a way that is most beneficial for your child.

Do you take insurance?

Jubilee Communication Therapy is currently not in network with insurance companies. However, you may be eligible to receive reimbursements under out of network claims for our services with a superbill which will provide which will be provided to you free of charge. The coverage is dependent upon your specific plan. Please consult your insurance company.


What forms of payment do you accept?

We accept credit cards, HSA and FSA funds.


What areas of need do you treat?

Articulation- therapy support your child in correctly producing sounds

Expressive- what your child says

Receptive Language- what your child understands

Social Language Disorder- interacting appropriately with peers and adults