Baltimore, MD, October 24, 2017 (PRESS RELEASE JET) – Global Teletherapy, a leading provider of speech therapy services, acts as an intermediary between schools in need of speech-language pathologists or occupational therapists and clinicians who want more flexibility in their work schedule.
Global Teletherapy provides secure online therapy services (also known as teletherapy or telepractice) to school districts throughout the United States. Teletherapy is the online delivery of speech, occupational, and mental health therapy services via two-way video conferencing. The sessions are essentially identical to traditional therapy sessions, except for one key difference. Instead of sitting in the same room, students and teletherapists interact via live video conferencing.
Hiring Global Teletherapy allows for these districts to gain wider access to excellent therapists while helping their students get the therapy they need in a convenient way. Alan Goode, the CEO of Global Teletherapy, explained, “We’re helping school districts that lack on-site therapists provide much needed therapy services to their students. Simultaneously, we’re helping clinicians gain a better work-life-balance. It’s a win-win for everyone involved.”
We’re helping school districts that lack on-site therapists provide much needed therapy services to their students. Simultaneously, we’re helping clinicians gain a better work-life-balance. It’s a win-win for everyone involved.
School administrators who are wondering whether teletherapy could work for their district are encouraged to contact Global Teletherapy at: https://globalteletherapy.com/contact.
The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) is the professional, scientific, and credentialing association for 135,000 members and affiliates who are audiologists and speech-language pathologists. Based on the strong body of peer-reviewed research supporting telepractice as an effective method of delivering speech therapy service, ASHA recognizes telepractice as a valid means of service delivery.
Source: Global Teletherapy
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