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A Day in the Life Working in OT Teletherapy

For this “Day in the Life” article, we’re very excited to share what it’s like working in OT teletherapy, featuring teletherapist Rachel Morris, OTR/L. Thanks, Rachel, for sharing your insight and experience!

What to Consider About Online Service Delivery

If you’re weighing the benefits and downsides of contracting with online therapy providers for supporting students in special education, here are some factors to consider, based on the recent experiences of several administrators whose school districts have used remote delivery to serve students.

For Special Needs Students, It’s Therapy From Afar

Cheryl Hubbard-George, director of the Office of Exceptional Children in South Carolina’s rural Florence County School District 3, was struggling to find therapists to address the needs of her special education students. Hubbard-George searched exhaustively for specialized staff to provide services for the district’s 614 students in preschool through 12th grade with individualized education plans.

Conversations in Speech Pathology podcast

CSP 051: The Growth of Telepractice

SLP Wine & Cheese podcast Episode 2

Ep 70: Teletherapy pt 2 Ft. Kristin Martinez

Education Talk Radio

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.

SLP Wine & Cheese podcast Episode 1

Ep 69: Teletherapy Pt 1 Ft Kristin Martinez

Speech Science podcast Episode 3

Kristin Martinez and Teletherapy Discussion Part 3, Literacy and Dementia, Cameras in the Therapy Room, Reading Rates and Aphasia, and the Annie Glenn Award

Speech Science podcast Episode 1

Evaluating in Teletherapy, Juvenile Detention and Special Education, Equine Therapy, Games and Vocabulary, and Push-In Therapy

Speech Science podcast Episode 2

Kristin Martinez and Teletherapy, Structural Changes in the Brain, PDPM and Dysphagia, Switches and Communication, and Stem Cell Grown Larynx