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Introduction to Telepractice Therapy

"Telepractice" is approved by the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA) and allows clients to receive therapy through video conferencing. Current research has shown telepractice outcomes mirror those of traditional face-to-face therapy sessions for patient satisfaction and progress. Services delivered through telepractice does not remove any existing responsibilities, including adherence to our Code of Ethics, Scope of Practice in Speech-Language Pathology, state and federal laws, and ASHA policy. Telepractice sessions would maintain privacy through secure, HIPPA compliant connections and would maintain and protect all client information and privacy. 


Telepractice therapy has been implemented to: 

  • Fill therapist shortages in school settings

  • Provide services to homebound clients

  • Provide services to those with demanding schedules

  • Provide services with distance/travel complications


Telepractice therapy has also been used in the following settings: 

  • Public schools

  • Private schools

  • Homebound clients

  • Rehabilitation hospitals

  • Outpatient clinics

  • Corporate settings

  • Universities


What is Needed to Participate in Telepractice Sessions? 

  • A computer with high-speed internet access

  • A built in or external video camera with a microphone

  • A facilitator (e.g., parent, teacher), if the client needs assistance to log-in or supervision 

  • A room with minimal distractions




Call today to see if you would be a good candidate for telepractice therapy


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