Global Teletherapy Continues to Build Momentum in the New Year
BALTIMORE, February 19, 2018 (Newswire.com) - Global Teletherapy, a leading provider of online speech therapy services, began the year strong and continues to build momentum in the first quarter. Devoted to providing students across the country the therapeutic solutions they need, Global Teletherapy has already expanded its reach into 27 states.
Global Teletherapy provides state-of-the-art online therapeutic services to school-age children across the nation. They specialize in online speech therapy, occupational therapy, and mental health services. Schools and entire districts sing the praises of Global Teletherapy and are quick to point out the quality therapy their students receive week after week.
Global Teletherapy specializes in assisting schools overcome clinician staffing shortages that frustrate administrators efforts. Aside from providing therapists where there are none, Global Teletherapy is able to lighten the heavy caseloads of overburdened therapists while offering convenient scheduling and the many benefits that technology affords the therapeutic realm.
To complement their large pool of excellent therapists, they field a highly dynamic executive staff, ready to respond to new schools that wish to benefit from their exemplary services.
Their devoted staff provides top of the line training to all of their clinicians and follows through with excellent and timely support for every therapist on the team. Alan Goode, Global Teletherapy's CEO, explained, "Our carefully crafted corporate structure is that hidden base upon which the entire operation rests. Aside from providing experienced, credentialed, excellent therapists we add a very important personal touch to the relationship we develop with every school which we serve. This positions us well to respond to issues before they become problems."
Teletherapy is the online delivery of therapy services via secure, two-way video conferencing. Sessions are nearly identical to traditional speech sessions except for one thing: instead of sitting together in the same room, students and therapists interact online.
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