For those of you who don’t know, Flexible Spending Account (FSA) is a health plan that you can use to pay for copayments, deductibles, medical expenses, and more.
As the sleep training industry is relatively new, there are a few ways how you can be eligible for FSA. The expenses of sleep training may be covered under medical care for a newborn or under health institute fees. The health institute fee category includes the costs of health-related courses, workshops, retreats, and more.
To have your sleep training costs approved for FSA, you need to:
- Get in touch with your FSA administrator before hiring a sleep trainer.
- Your FSA administrator will inform you of what paperwork will be required.
- You may need to issue a letter of medical necessity (LSN) that you can get from your pediatrician.
- Call your pediatrician and ask how you can get the letter. I’m sure they will be happy to - help.
- You may be required to prepay for sleep consulting and send your receipt to FSA.
Contact us if you have any questions, we are happy to help.
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