Telehealth OT and Speech Services
What is telehealth? Revised Sep 2021
Telehealth is the delivery of healthcare via digital communication technologies. We can help you remotely! Our telehealth services allow you to participate either on the phone or through the computer. With some of this virtual communication, you can use video to see the provider face to face, as you would during a typical in-person session. In other situations, you may have dialogue via audio only, like a phone call.
How can you do occupational and speech therapy online?
We use a parent-coaching system where we guide the parent to do therapy-like activities with their child. The parent is the OT’s and SLP’s hands, so to speak. As a result, you learn exactly what to do and build the confidence to help your child directly.
What type of children do you work with?
We work with children with autism spectrum disorder, Down syndrome, ADHD/ADD, sensory processing disorder, genetic disorders, developmental delays, and more.
Do you accept my insurance?
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, Telehealth OT Services is now billable through most major insurance companies with simple modifications to the claims.
What other benefits do I get?
- You will get 1-2 weekly 15-30 minute video calls with your OT and your child.
- You will learn exactly how to help your child from the comfort of your own home and address the concerns that YOU want, using the materials you already have at home.
- You will no longer have to sit in the waiting room and we can still accomplish your child’s OT and Speech goals at home.
What do I need to connect to an OT online?
An internet connection and either a smart phone, tablet, or computer.
How do we get started?
Schedule an appointment by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
When travel isn’t the right option for you or your loved one, our facility in Wethersfield, Connecticut is still able to help. Our telehealth services provide ease of access so that you can get the help you deserve and continue on the road toward a healthier future.