Consistent attendance is the foundation for helping a client of Global Speech and Rehab Services to make steady progress in therapy. Appointments are in high demand. In general, if your child’s attendance drops to less than 80% of scheduled visits, your child may be removed from the therapy schedule and placed on the waitlist.
I am a new client, can I do an evaluation via online therapy?Warren Harding2020-11-28T04:48:16+00:00
We have successfully treated children with Online Speech & Language Therapy from ages 12 months through 18+ years old. Your child is never too young to start! We work with a variety of diagnoses and will actively work with you to determine if this mode of therapy is appropriate for your child.
My child has autism. Will online therapy work?Warren Harding2020-12-15T08:21:28+00:00
Your therapist will work with you on a schedule that is good for your family. We challenge you to make the time to push your child’s potential so that the child’s confidence continues to grow. We want to help- Let us know what will work best for you.
How will I keep my child’s attention on the computer screen?globalspeechrehab2020-12-15T08:29:17+00:00
No problem! As long as the parent learns how to challenge the child on the requested task, the parent can redirect the child to practice the skills. The great news is the parent now knows how to challenge each skill with their child even when the therapist is NOT present. Check out our parent resources for guides on how to work with your child.
What if I am not sure my child would do well with online therapy?globalspeechrehab2020-12-15T08:30:32+00:00
Online Therapy has proven successful for children of varying ages and conditions. For some children, it might be challenging at first, but give yourself and your child a chance to get accustomed to this new way of learning. As a parent, it truly is priceless to develop the skills to be able to help your own child.
What if my child is too young for online therapy?globalspeechrehab2020-12-15T08:33:53+00:00
No child is too young for online therapy. We’ve seen success with online therapy for kids of all ages. As a parent, you should know how to carry over what your child does in therapy at home. This is the way to true progress. Your therapist will teach you how to help your child.
Not sure if speech therapy is right for your child?