Telepractice: A Clinical Guide for Speech-Language Pathologists
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This book offers speech-language pathologists (SLPs) information to provide successful telepractice services. Written with the viewpoint of post–COVID-19 application, this professional text can assist both novice and veteran SLPs adjust to working via telepractice.
Clinicians will find a range of resources, including an overview of best evidence-based practices for teletherapy; specific therapeutic techniques and methods for engaging clients; a discussion of the cultural and linguistic considerations to keep in mind when assessing and treating clients via telepractice; and information on working with parents, teachers, paraprofessionals, eHelpers, and other facilitators. The authors share their extensive experience and delve into the entrepreneurial aspects of telepractice to help clinicians building a teletherapy business set themselves up for success.
- Case scenarios representing clients at various ages, from early intervention through adulthood, that demonstrate client engagement
- Checklists, rubrics, models, and frameworks that will support the use of telepractice
- A simple business plan and a rate calculator, along with all the information necessary to be a successful telepractitioner
- A companion website with videos of high-quality teletherapy sessions and downloadable versions of practical resources for clinicians
175 pages, softcover
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