Jenna Malander lives in rural Nebraska with her husband and three children, ages 7, 6, and 4. She’s been working as an Occupational Therapist since 2009. The population of Jenna’s town is 117. You read that right. She told us that school-based jobs in her area are hard to come by and, if you have
Online occupational therapy helps schools address therapist shortages, provides greater flexibility, decreases travel time, and reduces distractions and missed classroom time. But what does it look like? How does it work? And which students can be served online? Our new infographic gives you the facts about online OT.
Educators often have questions about online occupational therapy. Is it effective? What does it look like? How can you do it? It can be difficult to visualize how OT can work online. The simple fact is, occupational therapy is exactly the same online as it is onsite, and very little special technology or equipment is
Due to laryngitis, our scheduled SPEDcast, “Get a Grip on Online OT,” was cancelled this morning. Instead, our presenters, OT Advisor to PresenceLearning Robyn Chu and OT Clinical Coordinator Elizabeth Haas, joined VP of Marketing Katie Povejsil in an online Q & A session, fielding questions from the many Special Education Directors, Special Education Coordinators,