We are often asked “how can we be effective in working with toddlers via teletherapy?”
So we created a course to answer that specific question. In our Toddlers in Telepractice course, we review the four different models we use in our work with toddler and preschool-aged clients. We then demonstrate the ways we utilize our weekly themed lesson plans and incorporate them with the models of intervention. Here is a quote from a speech-language pathologist with over 20 years of experience.
“After viewing your course, my prep time has been cut in half! I love how easy it is to keep my preschool students engaged during our sessions. The weekly themed lessons have the structure I like and the variety of activities to keep my students’ attention.”
-Cheri from Illinois
We feel the course is instrumental, so we decided the “Toddlers in Telepractice” course should be included in ALL THREE bundles for our Black Friday sale!
This sale ends on 11/28/21, so be sure to get this special offer NOW!
When working with little ones via telepractice, you need to have a lot
planned to keep their attention. I've
developed a format to provide some structure for my toddlers that
includes about 50% parent coaching. I use a different theme for each
session, which is consistent throughout all of my direct intervention
This course will provide you with a template for planning telepractice sessions with
toddlers that balances direct intervention with parent coaching. It includes
20 themed lesson plans that follow the following format:
- Read a book
- Watch a video
- Use a toy/app/website to elicit language
- Parent coaching
When you enroll in this course now, this is what you will get:
- Video demonstrations of how to implement this format.
- A list of recommended apps, websites, and physical materials for clinicians and families.
- Suggested prompts to use to elicit language.
- A free download with all 20 lesson plans.
- Google slides access for easy planning
By enrolling in this course, you will have access to my curated list of online books and videos and Google Slides lesson plans. This allows you to easily access future lesson plans that may be added.
I've used these lessons in my own practice, and they have been a LIFESAVER!
Take the stress out of planning for your telepractice sessions with toddlers by enrolling today.
Take a look at this video demonstration of how I use the Themed Lesson Plans to prep for my sessions in less than ONE MINUTE! These lesson plans are included for FREE when you purchase this course. If you only want the lesson plans (and not the course), you can download them from our Telepractice Tools blog by clicking THIS LINK.
The overall course rating is 4.6 out of 5!
Don't just take our word for it. Here is some of the great feedback that we've received from those who have taken this course:
"This course was great for me. What a value to have the links provided in the lessons and the video demonstrations were very helpful." - Heather
"So many great lessons and resources are available to professionals to start them off with a number of intro sessions for your toddler client." - Ebony
"This course is quick and concise. I was able to review all the information at my own pace. The amount of resources provided is amazing!! Thank you!"- Taylor
"I liked the resources provided and the video demonstrations on how to use them." - Ginny
"This gives me a great starting point and a resource to return to for the good specific information given." - Carol
"The lesson plans are awesome!" - Brenda
"It totally reframed my way of thinking about planning. Love the themes!!!" - Erin
Adrienne is the owner of Online Speech Services, which specializes in online speech therapy, accent modification, and public speaking coaching. She has a Master’s in Communication Sciences and Disorders and an MBA in Business Administration. She has over 10 years of experience in telepractice and has trained hundreds of speech-language pathologists in appropriate telepractice service delivery. As a former manager, she was responsible for hiring, training, and supervising a department of speech-language pathologists who all provided services via telepractice. During that time, she organized professional development programs, established best practices in issues related to telepractice, and ensured compliance with national and state licensing regulations. In addition to providing direct services to clients in her telepractice business, Adrienne also offers consulting, webinars, and online courses to help speech-language pathologists add telepractice to their service delivery offerings. She has presented at the annual American Speech-Language Hearing Association Convention and served on the ASHA Convention Telepractice Topic Committee for two years.