Christine’s Story – Speech-Language Pathologist

Our team of teletherapists help children from all over the United States reach their full potential. They have different interests, come from backgrounds different from one another and have landed in their careers for different reasons, but their impact remains the same – they can help children reach their full potential.

In the next few months, we’ll share interviews with a few of our SLP therapists to learn about how and why they got started in teletherapy, and the motivation behind their career choices. This week, we asked Christine about her experience as a teletherapist with VocoVision.

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4 Frequently Asked Questions About Teletherapy

Teletherapy allows students everywhere to make face-to-face connections with the most qualified, experienced, and passionate telepractitioners. Many people have questions about what telepractice looks like and how to make a seamless transition. Here are 4 of the most frequently asked questions about teletherapy that we get: 

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Emily’s Story – Speech-Language Pathologist

Teletherapy is a career that can create a meaningful impact on children all over the country. At VocoVision, we have a team of teletherapistst that have different interests, come from different backgrounds, and all decided to land in teletherapy for different reasons, but their impact remains the same – they can help children reach their full potential from around the U.S.

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Busting Speech Teletherapy Myths

People often associate speech therapy with being done in a therapy room, but that is a myth. Therapists not only can practice in person but also remotely through teletherapy. Teletherapy is quickly becoming the new face of education. With innovative technology, therapists can help children reach their fullest potential from anywhere. To clarify some of the misconceptions about teletherapy, here are some of the biggest speech teletherapy myths debunked:

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5 Tips for Teletherapists to Relieve Stress

As a teletherapist, you’re probably all too familiar with feeling stressed by your workload. Each student is different; therefore, your therapy methods and communication will also look different for each session. Managing your schedule and jumping from task to task can also be challenging, especially in a virtual environment. Here are five tips for relieving stress as a teletherapist: 

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SLP Free Resource: What Board Game

Learning doesn’t have to be boring! Do your students ever struggle with question comprehension? We created this What Board Game as a free SLP resource to boost engagement during your therapy sessions.

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How Can You Help Your Students Open Up More

Developing relationships with students can be challenging, especially when you are working with them through a screen. Having a strong foundation of trust with your students is one of the number one ways to cultivate a willingness to learn. Check out a few of our simple yet effective strategies to help your students open up more and create an environment of trust, even in a virtual environment. 

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Effective Special Education Staffing For School Districts

Anyone with any involvement with public schools is aware that the country is in the midst of a shortage of special education staff. VocoVision has been an excellent provider of online special education teachers for more than a decade, long before the Covid-19 pandemic began. VocoVision places online special education teachers, speech language pathologists, school psychologists, occupational therapists, teachers of the deaf and hard of hearing, teachers of the visually impaired, and other highly qualified special education professionals in school districts across the United States to provide services to students with disabilities.

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Building Self-Esteem for SLP Students

As an SLP, you have many responsibilities to your students. You’re there to guide them and help them understand and work through their struggles. But you also have the opportunity to help encourage them and help them find their own self-esteem. 

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How to Teach Your SLP Students What Sad Means

Do your students struggle to tell you how they’re feeling and why? Many SLP students struggle when it comes to emotions, but you have the ability to help them understand them a little better. 

We’ve created a resource to help you teach your students how to better understand and communicate their emotions. 

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