Teletherapy Open House:
Building a Telepractice Career

PresenceLearning clinical experts share information and answer questions about joining the leading network of clinicians serving students across the country

The shift to remote and hybrid learning models has generated a significant demand for teletherapy and tele-assessment services. More and more clinicians are looking to add remote delivery of services to their practice and are turning to PresenceLearning. PresenceLearning, the leading provider of live online special education related services for K-12 schools, is hosting an open house, “Teletherapy Reimagined: The PresenceLearning Difference,” on Tuesday, December 1, 2020 at 2 p.m. ET/11 a.m. PT to share information about the benefits of joining the PresenceLearning Network.

Why PresenceLearning?

Not all teletherapy and tele-assessment solutions are created equally. PresenceLearning has more than a decade of experience in serving a diverse range of students with special needs (both in school and in home-based settings). The company’s clinical network of nearly 1,500 providers, working with PresenceLearning platform’s engaging tools and resources, brings the online experience to life for students. Providers in the company’s network reap the many benefits of a community with clinical and technical support, while also enjoying the flexibility of independent work. PresenceLearning’s goal is to make teletherapy the best it can possibly be for all providers by providing robust training and a customized platform designed by and for clinicians.

During the upcoming open house, led by PresenceLearning clinical expert Kristin Martinez, MA, CCP-SLP, clinical director of SLP, attendees will learn about the unique benefits of PresenceLearning’s proprietary platform including:

  • What it’s like to be part of the largest community of online providers
  • How PresenceLearning equips providers to stay on top of this cutting edge/innovative field
  • How to leverage the award-winning PresenceLearning platform that was built for teletherapy

Attendees will also have an opportunity to have questions answered by the company’s recruiting team at the end of the presentation.

“PresenceLearning not only provides an efficient technology solution for clinicians to serve their students in any environment, but it also opens up access to a wealth of resources to support their daily work,” said Martinez. “Our network is a growing community of providers who appreciate the flexibility of online services and who are deeply committed to what they do. Whether you are a provider seeking to expand your current work or make a career change, we are excited to share information with you and hear what’s on your mind.”

To attend the upcoming presentation, register now.

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