On internet-based telemedicine

PresenceLearning Names the Winners of its Third Annual Awards of Excellence

Six education organizations recognized for outstanding leadership and student progress in special education SAN FRANCISCO, December 8, 2016 – PresenceLearning, the leading provider of live, online special education related services, is pleased to announce the six winners of its 3rd annual Awards of Excellence, recognizing leadership, teamwork, and outstanding student progress. The winners of the

PresenceLearning Releases New White Paper about Equivalence of Psychoeducational Assessments Administered Online and Onsite

White paper details equivalency study conducted by PresenceLearning and Houghton Mifflin Harcourt using the Woodcock-Johnson® IV assessment SAN FRANCISCO, November 21, 2016 – Making sure students are evaluated is a major responsibility for school districts, and is a key milestone in getting students the special education services they need. Chronic national shortages and other obstacles—including

What to Expect: Becoming an Independent Contractor

If you’ve read any of the “Our Great SLPs” series blog posts, you’ll know one of the greatest advantages of being an independent telepractitioner with PresenceLearning is the flexibility to make your own schedule and work from home. While these are known benefits, many therapists believe that they must commit to a full-time schedule to

The State of Telemedicine: ATA 2014

Last month, the American Telemedicine Association (ATA) hosted its annual conference in Baltimore. Here are a few takeaways we garnered from the various sessions: Consumer demand and increased production of mobile devices are the two key factors driving growth in telemedicine. The combination of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), an aging population, a provider shortage

Changing Minds Webinar Recap: “The Autistic Brain” with Dr. Temple Grandin

Last week, thousands of special education administrators, educators, and parents joined PresenceLearning for its inaugural “Changing Minds” webinar, featuring autism expert Dr. Temple Grandin. During “The Autistic Brain” webinar, Dr. Grandin provided expert insight, practical ideas and personal stories to help special education leaders better understand the specific needs of students with autism. Dr. Grandin

The Art of Engaging With Latency Aged Children Through Telemedicine (Part 1)

By Helene Stovall I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, commonly known as an LCSW. You may know those in my profession as psychotherapists, counselors, or for some, head shrinkers. Clinical Social Workers focus on individuals and how they function within their environments. When working with children, it is important to meet and engage them