Recorded Webinar: Clinical Strategies for Telepractice
This course is exclusive to SLP Nerdcast Members.
Telepractice is an effective service delivery method for individuals with communication disorders. This presentation provided an overview of telepractice and specific resources were provided. Materials, behavioral strategies, accommodations, and team consultation approaches were addressed. Ideas to support client transfer of skills to a generalized setting were discussed. This course was offered for .15 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate Level, Professional Area)
Identify three strategies to support student behavior when providing telepractice services.
Learn about resources for speech and language activities that can be provided through telepractice.
Identify online tools and features that can be used to improve student attendance and team communication through telepractice.
Identify at least 3 methods to support transfer of skill into the general education setting.
Financial disclosures: Michelle receives compensation for consultation and services provided through www.easyReportPRO.com and www.WorldTide.com.
Non-financial disclosures: Michelle is a member of ASHA's SIG 18 and a reviewer for several publications on the topic of telepractice for school based services.
Time Ordered Agenda
5 mins: Introduction and Background
5 mins: Brief Overview of Telepractice
10 mins: General Strategies to Support Services
5 mins: Organizing Intervention Sessions
10 mins: Therapy Materials
10 mins: Behavioral Supports
5 mins: Collaboration Approaches
10 mins: Generalization Ideas
10 mins: Tips and Lessons Learned
20 mins: Discussion and Questions
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