We realize that it can be daunting to navigate the funding process on your own, and that’s why our experienced team is here to guide you through the process - every step of the way. We take pride in offering unmatched support, and we will help you find the best funding for your unique needs.
Medicare often covers augmentative and alternative communication devices, when there is a medical necessity. Policies that include durable medical equipment (DME) benefits are often able to cover eye-tracking devices. Our funding department can help you determine the documents you will need to submit and help you navigate the process from start to finish.
Each State Medicaid funding agency has unique requirements, but AAC devices are often considered a medical necessity. Our funding department can help you identify the documents you will need to submit in order to enjoy the life-changing benefits of an EyeOn tablet. Get in touch to learn if we can work with your state.
Insurance Funding Process
Consult An SLP
Complete And Submit Funding Packet
Receive Your Device
See A Physician
Insurance Company Processes Packet
If you are just beginning to consider speech-generating devices, the process begins with a comprehensive evaluation from a licensed speech-language pathologist (CCC-SLP). You may get help finding an SLP in your area from the American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA), your state Speech Language Hearing Association, or from local EyeTech regional consultants who can offer names and phone numbers of speech-language pathologists they have worked with in the past.