New Normal in the Age
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- Tracey Davis
- 1 Hour 58 Minutes
- Audio and Video
- Apr 02, 2020
Although telehealth services have been in existence for many years, the COVID-19 pandemic has seen an unprecedented but necessary shift in the administration of distance learning and related services for students and private clinic clients in order to ensure their safety.
With information changing daily and schools and clinics scrambling to provide some sort of normalcy for the pediatric population, it is up to professionals like you to calm fears and move forward, navigating this new normal with professionalism and competency.
This 2-hour recording will cut to the heart of what is needed to effectively deliver telespeech, OT, PT, mental health/counseling, and teaching to students who need us now more than ever.
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- What Does Telehealth Even Mean?
- A brief overview of definitions and terminology
- Licensure compact information
- Benefits and Challenges of Telehealth
- What makes telehealth a viable and effective service delivery option?
- Hurdles to navigate
- Confidentiality concerns
- Equitability in service offerings
- Managing Groups
- The Big Question – Will Insurance Pay?
- Recent changes to Medicaid and private insurance
- Insurance Parity
- Resources to consult
- Making the Switch
- What do you need to get started right now?
- Determining the best platform for your needs
- Conducting virtual evaluations
- Adapting to the Telehealth Model
- Locating trusted resources
- Adapting favorite activities
- Working with challenging population groups
These questions and more will be answered with plenty of time for discussion and problem solving throughout. Case study examples will be used to highlight telehealth’s effectiveness and promote ideas for immediate implementation.
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Global Therapy Consultants
Tracey Davis, MOT, OTR/L, is a pediatric occupational therapist and the Director of Clinical Affairs for TalkPath Live, a telehealth company offering virtual OT, PT, Speech, and Mental Health/Counseling services to schools and private pay clients. She is the owner of Global Therapy Consultants and provides structured literacy tutoring and therapy services both in person and via telehealth using secure video conferencing software.
Tracey offers in person training, webinars, and consultations to teachers, therapists, psychologists, and families in the areas of dyslexia, learning differences, trauma-informed care, and telehealth services, and presents at professional conferences and guest lectures at universities. She is active in the American Occupational Therapy Association and the American Telemedicine Association Telerehabilitation Special Interest Group. In addition to significant experience in the areas of dyslexia and learning differences, trauma informed care, and telehealth, Tracey holds a Level I Mentorship certification from the STAR Institute, a sensory based organization. She often incorporates sensory processing treatment strategies into structured literacy tutoring sessions, using her knowledge of neurological systems to enhance the learning of children with dyslexia.
Tracey received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology in 1998, followed by a Master’s of Occupational Therapy in 1999. She has been working in the field of pediatric occupational therapy since that time, in various settings and with all ages of children around the world. Tracey pursued training in Orton-Gillingham based tutoring several years ago after 2 of her 4 children were identified as having dyslexia.
Financial: Tracey Davis is the owner of Global Therapy Consultants. She has an employment relationship with Growing Healthy Children Therapy Services; and Nationwide Children’s Hospital. Ms. Davis receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-financial: Tracey Davis is a member of the American Occupational Therapy Association.
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