IMPROVING STUDENT ACCESS TO SPECIAL EDUCATION SERVICES VIA TELE-THERAPY : For years I have been watching the growth of an amazing service company to education, PresenceLearning , a company which has successfully worked with hundreds of thousands of children in school districts in certain fields of special ed. If you don’t know PresenceLearning, you should.
Kate explains the history of screen-based therapy and related interventions and the growing role that organizations like PresenceLearning are playing in bridging access gaps to licensed professionals in underserved schools through live online delivery.
In this first segment of a four-part article series, Kristin Martinez Head of Clinical Standards & Outreach at PresenceLearning will discuss what needs to be considered and provided on both the student and therapist side to ensure the best possible experience for students, schools, and clinicians.
Every parent feels the pull in multiple directions and the inadequacy of not being able to do as much as you want to. I’ve tried to focus on quality over quantity, to make the most of the time. The most conscious things I’ve had to do to make this work are 1) establishing times for
Leading provider of live online special education-related services surpasses two million therapy sessions delivered and celebrates 10 years serving K-12 students NEW YORK, August 19, 2019 – PresenceLearning, Inc., the leading provider of live online special education-related services to K-12 schools, has now delivered more than two million therapy sessions. This milestone comes as the
PresenceLearning’s online early childhood services expand the ability of schools and districts to deliver services and interventions to children under the age of 5. SLPs, OTs, and behavioral and mental health professionals work with children online and consult with families and caregivers.