Here you will find answers to questions from A to Z

Ideally, you should cancel your appointment at least 24 hours in advance if you cannot come. However, if an emergency interferes with your plans at short notice, we still ask you to inform us briefly.

If you are unable to keep an appointment, please cancel it 24 hours in advance.

In person, by mail or on our answering machine.

Should an alternative date be available that is suitable for you, you are of course welcome to use it.


Of course, we also offer home visits, please feel free to inquire.

Yes, our practice is barrier-free and freely accessible. Alternatively, we also offer home visits upon request. Please feel free to ask about this.


Due to the current situation, we ask you to pay increased attention to hygiene measures. Therefore, please always wash your hands thoroughly after entering the practice.

No, there is no general obligation to wear a mask anymore. However, if you feel more comfortable wearing a mask, you are of course welcome to do so.


You can make your first appointment by phone, via email or through the website.

At your first appointment, a logopedic anamnesis and thorough findings are made, which form the basis for further therapy measures.

If you have further information (doctor’s reports, medical-therapeutic findings, development reports or similar), please bring a copy of them with you.

Please remember to bring the prescription from your doctor.

JYes. If all therapists are in treatment, please feel free to take a seat in our waiting room.

Yes, it is generally possible for self-payers to receive speech therapy for non-medically prescribed reasons. Please feel free to contact us about this.



Due to the current situation, we ask you to pay increased attention to the usual hygiene measures. This includes in particular thorough hand washing after entering the practice.


As practical as the mobile communication devices are, in the treatment room area we ask you to switch off your cell phones. This avoids disturbances and distractions.


A speech therapy prescription is issued by your specialist. The following specialists, among others, can prescribe prescriptions: General practitioners, specialists in child and adolescent psychiatry, ENT physicians/phoniatrists, orthodontists/dentists, pediatricians, neurologists.

In some cases, however, it is also possible to make use of our services as a self-payer. Please feel free to contact us about it.

It is also possible to make use of our services as a self-payer.


The duration of a speech therapy session is determined by the prescribing physician. There are 30-, 45- or 60-minute sessions. However, 45 minutes is most frequently prescribed.

This question cannot be answered in a general way. This is individual and depends on the disorder and its severity. The responsible therapist can estimate a possible tendency in some cases after completion of the diagnostics.

To guarantee a smooth process in the practice, we ask you to arrive at the practice about 5 minutes before the scheduled appointment. In this way, we avoid losing valuable therapy time.