Support our GoFundMe campaign in order to open the AccuTx Center for Stuttering Treatment and Education

Support our GoFundMe campaign in order to open the AccuTx Center for Stuttering Treatment and Education

Please support us this Giving Tuesday in launching our latest project - a therapy clinic in the Northwest Ohio & Southern Michigan area that focuses on Stuttering.

Stuttering clients are under served in this area. Our goal is to remedy that as well as provide educational opportunities for therapists.

My View on Stuttering

I grew up in a smaller town in northwest Ohio. I stuttered very severely for most of my childhood and struggled mightily. As a kid, I really wanted to stop stuttering. More than anything. I tried hard and I worked with many well-meaning speech-language pathologists who meant well. Unfortunately, my therapy was not helpful in the way that I needed. 

Point of Service Documentation and Other Billable Service Myths

Facebook forums have been abuzz lately regarding ethical versus unethical productivity requirements for rehab professionals in the skilled nursing facility (SNF) setting. Some therapists say 90%+ productivity, while challenging, is attainable and say they manage to hit those numbers regularly. Other therapists are adamant that productivity expectations of 90%+ are impossible. Ultimately, the issue of ethical versus unethical productivity comes down to Medicare regulations regarding skilled (billable) and unskilled (non-billable) services. This information, while available for anyone to read, is a bit hard to track down and piece together. In this blog post, we’ll look at skilled and unskilled services as defined by Medicare and I challenge all of you to consider this information during your daily practice and share with your colleagues.