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Frequently Asked Questions

Where are services provided?

Services are provided at our office location conveniently located on State Street, near Boise and Eagle. Services may also be provided virtually, and at private schools, daycares, or in clients homes. Travel fees may be applied if client location exceeds a 15 mile radius from the therapist's office.

Do you accept insurance?

Bloom Speech and Voice Therapy is a provider with Medicaid, Medicare, Regence Blue Shield, Blue Cross of Idaho, Select Health, Mountain Health Co-Op, Pacific Source, St. Luke's Health Plan, and Cigna. If we are currently not credentialed with your insurance, we are happy to bill Out-Of-Network benefits. Clients are responsible for verifying qualification for reimbursement with their provider.

How do I know if my child or myself needs speech therapy?

You can schedule a free consultation to discuss your concerns with a licensed Speech Language Pathologist. At that time, it will be determined if an evaluation is recommended. 

What are speech sound disorders?

A speech sound disorder is a disorder relating to a child's difficulty with producing sounds or words accurately.

What does Bloom Speech and Voice Therapy treat?


  • Speech Sound Disorders

  • Language Disorders

  • Fluency Disorders, as known as "stuttering"


  • Voice Rehabilitation

  • Dysphonia (strain, hoarseness, vocal irregularities)

  • Chronic Cough & Throat Clearing

  • Vocal Cord Dysfunction

  • Gender Affirming

  • Voice Enhancement

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