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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VocoVision Appoints Jamie Bozarth as Newest Clinical Manager

Bozarth to oversee and support delivery of deaf and hard of hearing and special education teletherapy services for children.

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Holiday Ideas for Virtual SLP Students

We’re embarking on a season that can be fun and exciting but also overwhelming for students and teletherapists alike. But we’re here to help take some of that stress away and allow you to focus on enjoying the season with your students! That’s why we’ve put together some holiday ideas for virtual SLP students. 

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Dysgraphia in Children: An Occupational Therapist’s Point of View

As an Occupational Therapist, I not only see students with dysgraphia, but I am also the mom of twin boys that both deal with it on a daily basis. I noticed early in their development that both avoided puzzles, drawing/coloring, and writing but were amazing with tools and building with Legos. It was challenging for me to get them to participate in preschool skills development and I was concerned about how they would function as students as they grew.

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