February 9, 2021
This article is the first in a series, developed in partnership with Dr. Avossa, to help schools address pressing issues for their students now—and plan for ongoing uncertainty (and maybe even some opportunities) in the upcoming school year. Avossa is a former superintendent and founder of K-12 Leadership Matters, LLC.
February 5, 2021
Recently Stephanie Taylor, Ed.S, NCSP, clinical director of psychoeducational services at PresenceLearning, sat down with Teletherapy Today hosts, Kim Dutro Allen and Dr. K Todd Houston, to share her insights on the benefits of remote evaluations for students with special needs and suggested strategies for online providers.
February 4, 2021
Equity & Access magazine, a publication of the American Consortium for Equity in Education, has named Kate Eberle Walker, CEO of PresenceLearning, as one of six Champions of Equity. The honor recognizes “standouts who are making a true impact for equity in our schools.”
Stacey C., OTR/L has practiced occupational therapy as a teletherapist since 2012. She joined the PL Care Network in 2015. What do you enjoy about being a provider with PL? My favorite thing with teletherapy itself is I feel like I connect with families and not just the student. I hear this in general. Even
January 30, 2021
Several of the working mothers at PresenceLearning shared their stories about their work experiences during the pandemic, and how they made changes to make extraordinary challenges manageable for them. From them we can all learn how companies can do better to support working mothers through, and back from, this crisis.
January 23, 2021
Recently we sat down with Kelly Wolfe, vice president of strategic partnerships and regulatory compliance at PresenceLearning. Earlier in her career Wolfe served as a 4th and 5th-grade teacher in Louisiana, and shared with us a story that still drives her work forward today: a 10-year-old-boy named Henry whose experience of trauma forever changed his life (and hers).
January 7, 2021
Robin Corder, Ed.S., NCSP, recently received the “2020 School Psychologist of the Year Award” from the Idaho State Psychologist Association (ISPA), a member of the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP). Recently we sat down with Corder to discuss the experience of the past year and what the award means to her and the field more broadly.
Jessica L., MA, CCC-SLP, has practiced as a speech-language pathologist for 12 years. She joined the PL Care Network in 2020. How did you connect with PL? Given I was such a novice, PL has been around the longest and was the most seasoned so I felt like I wanted to learn from the best—the
School psychologist Lynn W. attended the University of South Florida in Tampa where she received her BA in Psychology, and her MA and EdS in School Psychology. She started practicing as a school psychologist in 1992, and began working virtually in 2012, transitioning to teletherapy with PresenceLearning in 2015. Can you give us some fun
As schools continue in hybrid and remote models, parents and caregivers of students with special needs have often been serving in a primary support role to help deliver their child’s services. While there are some initial and ongoing challenges for families to navigate…