Effective Teletherapy, Tele-supervision, and Parent Facilitators
Guest Speaker Melissa Jakubowitz
Friday, August 21, 12 noon – 2 p.m.
Online; link to be provided upon registration
Registration is now closed.
Within in a few weeks of the beginning of the 2020 Pandemic most Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) were thrown into providing teletherapy services, sometimes with little to no training. SLPs did what they could to provide services remotely, learned how to provide teletherapy and found materials quickly. This webinar will provide information on tools and programs for effective and efficient therapy along with important aspects of tele-supervision. In addition, using parents as facilitators will be discussed in order to better services provided in the home.
As a result of this presentation, the learner will be able to:
- List three resources for effective teletherapy sessions for children and/or adults
- Describe an effective teletherapy session from the supervisor’s point of view.
- Describe best practices for using parents as facilitators.
Speaker Bio: Melissa Jakubowitz is the Founder/President of eLiveNow which provides telepractice training to clinicians and universities. eLiveNow is also developing a platform for telepractice SLPs that incorporates quality materials for use in telepractice sessions. She has presented extensively on telepractice as well as child. She is a Fellow of ASHA and has served on many boards and committees. She is currently the Chair of the Board of SIG Coordinators.
This course is offered for .2 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate level, Professional area).