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Teletherapy

How to Run a Successful Private Practice Online

If you’re like many therapists, you stopped seeing clients in person when the COVID-19 pandemic started. Maybe you were just getting started in practice or maybe you’ve been practicing in person for years. But with the challenges presented by COVID-19, therapists everywhere were faced with taking their practice online or pushing pause on private practice.

PresenceLearning Presents Teletherapy Options for Providers at ASHA 2021

November 9, 2021

PresenceLearning, the leading provider of comprehensive online therapy solutions for schools and beyond, will participate in the ASHA 2021 Convention.

The 2021 ASHA Convention will be a hybrid event, including an in-person convention with an online library of pre-recorded digital sessions.

Four Reasons to Innovate with Teletherapy

In rural school districts, time is valuable and budgets are tight. As executive director of the Central Kansas Cooperative in Education (CKCIE), Mike Lowers turned to teletherapy to solve critical challenges. Here Lowers describes four reasons why he chose to innovate with teletherapy.

Video Story: Central Kansas Cooperative in Education

July 22, 2021

Watch our new video, “Reaching Students in a ‘Different Way’ with Online Therapy,” and hear what Central Kansas Cooperative in Education’s school team has to say about how an innovative approach to therapy has changed the school experience for staff and students alike.

Three Predictions for Special Education

Note: A reliable therapy platform (not videoconferencing) is key in a new and shifting world. As the U.S. begins

PresenceLearning Wins Two Stevie® Awards in 2021 American Business Awards

July 8, 2021

PresenceLearning, the leading provider of therapy tools and live, online special education-related services for preK-12 schools nationwide, was named the winner of a Gold Stevie® Award in the Solution for Special Needs Students category in the 19th Annual American Business Awards®. Additionally, it was named a winner of a People’s Choice Stevie® Award for Favorite New Products.

Provider Spotlight: Sarah B., Ed.M., NCSP

Introduction I grew up in New Jersey and both my parents are educators. That sparked my interest in the

American Consortium for Equity in Education: Female Leaders in Education

June 1, 2021

We’re excited to share news that Kate Eberle Walker, CEO of PresenceLearning, has been named among the “Female Leaders in the Education Industry” by the American Consortium for Equity in Education!

“In building our teletherapy platform, we have always stayed true to the idea that technology cannot replace the human connections that educators make with students; but it can ensure that those important connections still happen, even when they can’t be in-person.”

Read more on page 53!

School Districts Must Learn from History, Not Repeat It

May 18, 2021

We’ve heard a lot of reflections this spring on a year in the life of COVID-19. Many have tried to predict what may be in store for the future and considered what we should do to recover what we’ve lost as a nation — and in particular what our children have lost in their education. There isn’t much precedent to draw upon, but there is one example worth reviewing.

Clinician Spotlight: Jennifer W.

Introduction After majoring in psychology as an undergraduate, Jennifer W., CAGS, NCSP, shifted her focus from counseling to school

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