Our Services

  • Initial Phone Consultation

    Imagine Pediatric Therapy of Brevard offers a free initial 15 minute phone consultation to gather information regarding your child’s development and help you explore the best option for your family.

  • In-Person Consultations

    In-Person consultations can be scheduled to meet the therapist, answer questions regarding the evaluation and treatment process, provide additional parent education, and to collaborate with school staff and other therapists working with your child.

  • Evaluations

    We offer comprehensive, individualized evaluations to assess areas of speech, language, and feeding development. Evaluations can range from 60-90 minutes, depending on the areas being evaluated. 

What We Treat.

We specialize in providing treatment to Early Intervention (0-3 years) and Preschool Populations.

  • Early Intervention
  • Feeding Disorders
  • Speech-Language Disorders
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Insurances & Payments


We provide Early Intervention Services as an approved provider with Space Coast Early Steps. We are in-network with Children’s Medical Services Health Plan and Step Up for Students’ Family Empowerment Scholarship.


We are able to bill Marpai Health Plans for Out-of-Network Benefits.

Private Pay Services

Payment is due at the time of your appointment to Imagine Pediatric Therapy of Brevard via cash, check, or credit cards. We can provide you with all the necessary paperwork if you wish to seek reimbursement directly through your insurance company. We strongly recommend that you contact your insurance company directly to discuss coverage and reimbursement policies for Out-of-Network Services. Please contact us for more information regarding our private pay rates.

No Surprises Act

The No Surprises Act is a new federal law that went into effect January 1st, 2022. Congress enacted the No Surprises Act to protect patients from costly, unexpected medical bills. The regulation includes a provision for Good Faith Estimates (GFE) which informs patients of the cost of care they will be receiving before their appointment.

Health care providers, including Speech-Language Pathologists, are required by law to provide a Good Faith Estimate to every new and established patient who is either seeking treatment as a self-pay patient or is considered out-of-network. A Good Faith Estimate is the best judgment of the cost of care a provider plans to offer to the patient across the episode of care.

The law and GFE does not apply to patients that participate in a commercial plan network and who make payments for deductibles and co-pays. Currently, patients who have Medicare, Medicaid, or any other federal health care program, are also exempt from this process.

For more information, please visit the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) website at