Blue Cross is the number one provider of speech therapy in the country. We know it can be hard to find a speech therapist that fits your needs, so we’ve done our best to make it easier for you. We have an extensive network of speech therapists around the country, and we’ll work with you to find the best fit for your needs.
With Blue Cross, you can get access to treatment plans that are tailored specifically for you or your family member’s needs, based on what you’re struggling with and what goals you want to achieve. If you’re looking for speech therapy services for yourself or a family member, we’re here to help.
Speech therapists help those with speech issues, such as stuttering and articulation problems. They may also work with people who have difficulty swallowing. In some cases, they can also help patients who have suffered a stroke or head injury.
In order to become a speech therapist, you must obtain a license from your state. This requires completing a supervised internship that lasts for at least one year and includes clinical training in the field of speech pathology. You will also need to pass an exam given by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).
Here you will find a list of providers that offer speech therapy services. These providers have entered into an agreement with Blue Cross Blue Shield to provide services to our members at a discounted rate. You can access the directory by clicking here.
Speech therapy is a treatment for people who have speech or language problems. Through speech therapy, you can learn to speak more clearly, improve your language skills, and/or overcome swallowing problems.
Speech therapy is a type of therapy that helps people learn to communicate better. Speech therapy may help improve articulation, the ability to express thoughts and feelings, and fluency. Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) are professionals who can help with speech therapy.
Blue Cross Blue Shield is a health insurance company that offers speech therapy services to its members. These are provided by independent companies, not by Blue Cross Blue Shield itself. In fact, the company only provides coverage for these services.
If you’re looking for speech therapy options in your area, Blue Cross Blue Shield can help you find a provider or facility that’s in your network and covered by your plan. To see if you have access to these benefits, check your plan documents or call the customer service number on the back of your ID card.
Speech therapy helps people who have trouble with communication skills—including speaking and listening—as well as swallowing disorders. You may work with a speech therapist on things like speaking more clearly or improving your ability to listen and understand others when they speak. Your speech therapist may also work with you on understanding and using language more effectively, as well as improving social skills like non-verbal communication (like body language and facial expressions).
Speech-Language Pathologists: These professionals diagnose and treat a wide range of communication and swallowing disorders in people of all ages. They may work with children who have speech or language impairments, individuals who need to strengthen their oral muscles after a stroke or other injury, and even those who want to improve their accents so they can speak another language more fluently.