Online Speech Therapy and Online Occupational Therapy Videos
James often substituted “sh” for “ch.” James’ SLP Carey quickly noticed that James was able to make a correct “ch” sound in the final position of words, so she paired final “ch” words (e.g. “peach”) to facilitate production of initial “ch” words (e.g. “peach_chocolate”). He caught on quickly to the live online speech therapy sessions and has now mastered this sound along with other sounds in spontaneous speech.
Meet Ben and his SLP, Jennifer. With live online speech therapy from PresenceLearning, Jennifer can conduct 1-to-1 speech therapy sessions with Ben. This video session shows Ben and his SLP, Jennifer, going over a lesson in articulation. Not only are sessions interactive but Jennifer is able to focus on Ben to make sure he says each word correctly.
Hector was very late to develop speech and language skills. In this speech therapy session he is working on noun-is-verbing sentences and increasing his length of utterance.
Meet Kate and her occupational therapist Elizabeth. With live online occupational therapy from PresenceLearning, Elizabeth can conduct 1-to-1 occupational therapy sessions with Kate. This video shows them getting warmed up before settling down for additional work.
Evidence-based practices seem like fun and games to this speech student.
Fall River Joint Unified School District in rural northern California finds success with live online speech pathology.
The Chief Clinical Officer with PresenceLearning talks about the use of online speech therapy in schools.
Dr. Shari Robertson, CCC-SLP, demonstrates the future of speech-language pathology.