Frequently Asked Questions

Does True Voice, LLC take insurance?

We currently accept: T.E.A. (Texas Education Agency) Supplemental Special Education Services grant payments, and Traditional Medicaid.

We are considered out of network with other insurance carriers. If your carrier is out of network, we accept: cash, credit/debit card, and other electronic payments for rendered services. In some cases, your insurance carrier may reimburse you directly for therapy or evaluations. To find out, call your insurance carrier to find out the specifics of your healthcare plan.

How do I schedule an appointment?

Easy! Simply CLICK HERE or visit our contact page to select the day and time that works best for you. 

Are you able to complete an evaluation?

Yes! After your 15 minute consultation, we will discuss your options for an evaluation. True Voice is fully capable of assessing: 

  • Independent Education Evaluations for special education services
  • Receptive Expressive Language Delays
  • Articulation/Phonology Disorders
  • Developmental Delays
  • Motor Speech Disorders
  • Social/Pragmatic Language Disorders
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder

How do I book your Workshops and Trainings?

We would love to collaborate with you! Kindly schedule a preliminary meeting to discuss the details with Araine directly.

To Schedule CLICK HERE.

A contractual agreement may be required to secure the services you are seeking. This includes: Podcast Interviews, Support Groups, Public Speaking Engagements, Guest Speaking for Undergraduate and Graduate level courses.  

I need support attending an ARD/IEP meeting. Can you help? 

Of course! Let us help and guide you during this process. Araine will bring a positive, knowledgeable and fresh perspective to help you be at ease. We are available for:

  • ARD/IEP meeting support
  • Early Childhood
  • Grade School (ECI, Elementary, Middle, & High Schools)
  • Post-secondary programs

Ready to Start?

Are you ready to gain the tools and resources you need to develop your child’s or your speech and language?

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