Frequently Asked Questions
Is Teletherapy appropriate for my child?
Teletherapy is an appropriate model of care for many patients and diagnoses. This model of care provides support, recommendations, direct patient interaction, and demonstrations to families in order to progress their child's oral feeding skills. It is a fantastic option for families in rural communities who may lack access to feeding specialists. Because of the complex nature of feeding difficulties, some aspects of your child's care may need to be managed by a specialized medical team. For children requiring medical case management, such as those with complex neurological diagnoses and swallowing impairment, tele therapy can be an excellent resource for follow up care. We will guide you through the decision-making process during your free consultation.
What is Teletherapy?
Teletherapy is a virtual method of providing therapeutic interventions which utilizes a combination of parent coaching and direct intervention when appropriate in order to treat:
NICU/PICU Follow Up
Poor Suck/Swallow in Infants
Extreme Picky Eating
Sensory Feeding Issues
Hospital Discharge Follow Up Care
Craniofacial anomalies, such as laryngeal cleft, cleft lip, and cleft palate.
Is this type of therapy secure and compliant with federal laws?
TeleBites conducts all sessions and documentation via TheraPlatform, a HIPPA compliant videoconferencing platform that meets all state and federal privacy and healthcare confidentiality requirements. We maintain compliance with all legal standards governing healthcare and Telepractice.
Do you offer financing options?
TeleBites offers discounted rates when packages or plans are purchased. Please see Plans&Pricing for more information.
Will insurance cover my visit?
At this time, TeleBites is not yet accepting any insurance. We do provide Superbills which clients can submit to insurance companies for reimbursement.