April 28, 2020
7:00 - 9:00 p.m. ET
Sponsored by the DotCom Therapy
As more and more daily activities are completed online, many therapists must shift toward offering telepractice as a means to provide convenient and quality services for their clients and communities. While all speech-language pathologists have the skill set to provide quality care for their clients, the service delivery model of telepractice is new to many professionals in the field and can present with a steep learning curve. Additionally, seasoned teletherapists can be faced with challenges such as adapting to different client locations or facilitator types. Please join us as we answer your questions about telepractice provision and ways to adapt speech and language therapy to fit an online service delivery model. We are better together! DotCom Therapy, a leader in telepractice provision, has provided speech language pathology, occupational therapy, educational audiology, and mental health telepractice services to clients for the last 5 years in 38 states and in over 7 countries.
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