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A service delivery model that can provide store-and-forward assessment and intervention via telecommunication relies only on the transmission of email messages.
An example of a good way to build trust and credibility as a teletherapist is to allow passers-by in the student’s environment to take turns during a game-based therapy activity.
Your concerns about a student who may not be able to respond to, participate in, and benefit from services provided in a teletherapy model should be:
School administrators and principals are in a good position to advise the teletherapy SLP on which activities or materials should be used during therapy sessions. (See ASHA Principle of Ethics II, Rule F.)
Teletherapy is a treatment method that requires certification and promises optimal outcomes when compared with traditional on-site therapy.
The practicing teletherapist is typically required to:
Examples of a facilitator’s responsibilities include:
A facilitator is required to hold a professional certification or license.
It’s best to educate as many people as possible about teletherapy, so therapists are encouraged to use a different facilitator every week.
Should a facilitator be asked to “stand in” or substitute for a clinician at a student’s IEP meeting?