teletherapy

Reimagining Schools As Remote Employers

April 5, 2021

If schools want to retain employees, rethinking the idea of the physical workspace—and making remote work more widespread—is key.

“Will technology reshape the field of education? Not completely; there’s no replacement for the value of in-person connections. But technology solutions are changing the way educators do their work, and the way they make those connections with their students,” writes Kate Eberle Walker, CEO of PresenceLearning, in the first article in a new, bimonthly series she is contributing to eSchool News.

PresenceLearning Hits Three Million Teletherapy Sessions Delivered

March 17, 2021

PresenceLearning, the leading provider of live online special education related services for K-12 schools, reached the milestone of delivering more than three million teletherapy sessions to students nationwide. This comes as schools approach the one-year mark of dealing with learning during a global health crisis.

One Year into the Pandemic: Embracing Teletherapy for the Future

March 8, 2021

With the one-year mark of school shutdowns approaching, we have a lot to reflect upon. This year, districts across the country demonstrated resilience and embraced digital solutions to ensure that students receive the continuity of care they so urgently need.

Clinician Spotlight: Jessica L.

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

PresenceLearning Teletherapy Essentials Wins Two Leading Education Awards

December 22, 2020

PresenceLearning, the leading provider of live online special education related services for K-12 schools, received two top education awards for Teletherapy Essentials, its teletherapy and tele-assessment training and teletherapy platform for school-based special education teams.

Creating Greater Equity and Access Through Teletherapy

December 14, 2020

Listen in as Kate Eberle Walker, CEO of PresenceLearning, joins MarketScale’s “Voices of eLearning” podcast to discuss how PresenceLearning can help schools create greater access and equity for all students in need of services and care.

“Whenever we hear from school districts that they have a need to serve students and don’t have enough people on the ground, we come in and help figure out how to do the work online.”

PresenceLearning Partners with the Council of Administrators of Special Education to Further Support Teletherapy in the School Setting

Partnership to support CASE’s mission to impact the quality of special education by providing its members with access to PresenceLearning’s industry leadership and clinical expertise through exclusive programming and events NEW YORK, September 29, 2020 – PresenceLearning, the leading provider of live online special education related services for K-12 schools, today announced a new partnership

Clinician Spotlight: Melanie M.

Melanie Mendelson, M.A., CCC-SLP, attended Pennsylvania State University for undergraduate work from 2010–2013. For graduate school, she attended Long Island University Post and spent her clinical fellowship  year working in Brooklyn, “commuting 2 hours a day in traffic.” From New York, she moved to Philadelphia where her fiance (now husband) was doing his residency for

PresenceLearning Named GOLD WINNER in the Customer Sales & Service World Awards

September 1, 2020

PresenceLearning takes home gold in the Customer Sales & Service World Awards—Customer Service & Support Team of the Year during the COVID-19 pandemic. PresenceLearning is inspired by our school partners and students and proud to be recognized for our excellent service and support.

The K-12 Edtech Market Is At an Inflection. But Where Is It Going?

August 25, 2020

The K-12 education technology market is supporting schools with cost effective, engaging educational tools in varied school environments. PresenceLearning is cited among the solutions for filling the widening gaps in special education amid remote and hybrid models during the COVID-19 pandemic.