Sound Speech & Language

Phone: (206)636-1197
Fax: (888)928-1028

Email: cheryl@soundspeechlanguage.com

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What are your business hours?

Clients are seen on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, & Thursdays. When I am with clients, calls often go to voice mail. Return calls are placed on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

Do you accept Private Pay?

Yes. And, when you pay at the time of service, there is a 20% discount to the visit fee!

Can you provide in-home visits?

Yes! I am a “mobile clinic” meaning that I come to you! With consent, I can see clients at daycares or preschools, at grandparent’s or Nanny’s house, etc. If you live in Central or North Kitsap County, home-visits are standard.  Appointment times vary based on travel time and location. 

Do you take insurance?

Yes! Most private insurances are accepted, and we are adding new insurances all the time. If you don’t see your insurance listed here, please submit an inquiry using the Contact  button. You can also phone your insurance company and inquire if Sound Speech & Language is a provider for them. At this time we take: Premera, Regence, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, some Kaiser PPO plans, GEHA & Cigna.

Please note, while we do accept insurance, not all plans are covered, and it is always your responsibility to verify that your plan covers services provided.

Do you provide telehealth Speech-Language Pathology Services?

I am set up to provide telehealth services, but at this time, prefer to meet my clients where they live and work (at home and in the community).

What is the age range of clients you work with?

I started my career working with children and adults both and have continued to work with both for more than 25 years.  I especially am passionate about working with children and adults with speech/language challenges and social/behavioral issues resulting in frequent communication breakdown. 

What diagnosis do you work with?

  • Language Delays including:
    • Expressive Language Delays
    • Receptive Language Delays
    • Social-Pragmatic Language Delays (Autism Spectrum Disorders, Emotional Delay, etc.)
  • Speech Delays including:
    • Articulation Disorders
    • Phonological Processing Disorders
  • Acquired Injuries or Neurological Conditions including:
    • Traumatic Brain Injury
    • Dementia
    • CVA
    • Aphasia
    • Apraxia of Speech
    • Dysarthria