SLP Corner: Thoughts from a Speech Pathologist: Teletherapy
[Source: Speech Chick Therapy]
I am glad I chose to write this post after my second week of teletherapy. If I had written it after the first week, it would have most likely been filled with **beeps**. I am not going to lie. After that first week, I was ready to cry and throw in the towel. Nothing went right. I tried out 5 different platforms that week. Each one starting out OK for the first kid, and quickly taking a nose dive by mid-morning. I ended up Facetiming some kids because nothing would work. Parents weren’t receiving email links for whatever reason. Certain platforms do not work right if the child is using a phone. I am telling you NOTHING went right. I also discovered that from 12-1, when everyone is at home for lunch, the video feeds don’t work correctly because someone is watching Netflix.
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