Since we made the decision to close our clinic locations temporarily to keep our children, families, staff and community, safe during this pandemic, the biggest concern our team had was: how do we keep providing therapy services to support our children and their families? We wanted to be able to continue maintaining the rapport and progress our children and students have made, while also supporting families through a challenging time.
Our immediate thought was to expand our teletherapy practice and offer it to all clients.
More informally referred to as ‘online sessions’ by our team, teletherapy was something we were already practiced in delivering to our families who live abroad, or out of easy travelling distance to our clinics in London, to ensure we could provide support no matter the distance, and could confidently implement across the board now.
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What is Teletherapy?
You may be wondering what teletherapy entails, how it works, and whether or not it could work with infants and toddlers, and children with additional needs. Our therapists understand that teletherapy, just like face-to-face therapy, isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach!
We consider your child and family’s individual needs in tailoring our teletherapy plans, resources, and method of delivery. This helps ensure that every child gets a personalised plan that matches their interests, abilities, and therapy goals.
How does it work?