With the growing shortages of clinicians and therapists in special education, more and more schools and districts are looking to teletherapy providers to fill related service gaps to meet student needs & maintain legal compliance. Although teletherapy is growing in popularity, it is still relatively new and many practitioners remain largely unfamiliar with how it works. eLuma is providing free telepractice consultations for therapists considering taking their services online.
Considering what’s at stake, a would-be-telepractioner would benefit by asking the right questions to get the answers they need before making this kind of commitment. eLuma Online Therapy, one of the leading teletherapy providers in K-12, recognizes this need and wants to help these therapists with a free consultation on a no-cost, no-obligation basis.
“One of the biggest challenges that teletherapy providers face is the persistent lack of information people in the market have about teletherapy. Telepractice is still relatively new and most school administrators and clinicians still seem to have a very limited understanding of how teletherapy works or how they can use it to achieve more of their objectives. We want to change that, so we have got to educate the market one individual at a time,” explained eLuma founder and president, Jeremy Glauser.
For a limited time, eLuma is offering a free telepractice consultation with it’s VP of Operations and Clinical Director, Rachel Patles, CCC-SLP. Having worked extensively as a therapist and administrator at schools, and more recently for online service providers, Ms. Patles can answer questions with a unique and qualified perspective. Among other things she can answer questions regarding:
– what it’s like to work in telepractice (vs. in-person).
– how eLuma is different from other teletherapy providers.
– general questions about practice, hours, scheduling, etc.
– anything else related.
eLuma is offering this opportunity to all practicing Speech Therapists (SLPs), Occupational Therapists (OTs), Physical Therapists (PTs), Psychologists, Counselors, or Social Workers who might be interested in switching to telepractice or working with eLuma. They can schedule their appointment by visiting: www.elumatherapy.com/telepractice-consultation/. Times are limited and filling up, so eLuma encourages people to as soon as possible.
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