Many payment options are available to those purchasing a SpeechEasy. To help guide you through what options are available, we have created the following list which shows some of the primary sources of funding. The are many options, some of which can be confusing, so we also have a Funding Coordinator on staff to help guide you. We encourage you to contact our Funding Coordinator at (866) 551-9042 or email@example.com to learn more. By answering a few simple questions, we can help determine the best options for you—and help you along the way.
Payment options include:
• Check or Cashier’s Check
• All Major Credit Cards
• Flexible Spending Plans offered through your employer
• Civic Groups and Others
SpeechEasy Pay Plan
An easy on your budget way to pay for your new SpeechEasy. And now, for a limited time, we’re offering special Pay Plan financing with a super low down payment and $100/month (terms depend on the model chosen). See full details below:
Comfort Fit = $500 down, $100/month for 36 months ($4000 total)
Completely In Canal = $400 down, $100/month for 36 months ($3900 total)
In The Canal = $600 down, $100/month for 24 months ($2900 total)
Behind The Ear = $300 down, $100/month for 18 months ($2000 total)
All of these Pay Plans feature:
• Low down payment
• No interest
• No finance charges
• No application fee
Secure Online Application
Download Pay Plan Application
Vocational Rehabilitation (VR)
VR is a government agency which provides financial assistance for many people in obtaining a SpeechEasy. In order to qualify for VR funds, you must be at least 17 years of age and be able to show that improving your fluency will help you to obtain, maintain or advance your employment. If you meet these criteria, we highly encourage you to use this funding resource—as hundreds of current SpeechEasy clients have had their device purchased for them through VR. Please contact our funding coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need assistance with the process or locating an office near you.
If you are a veteran, the Veterans Administration (VA) may provide assistance. Many of those who have served for the United States have been able to receive support from their local VA office. VA has provided for hundreds of SpeechEasy devices in the past for veterans who stutter. Speak with our funding coordinator to review the process, email@example.com.