A certified therapist in your home, just a computer screen away


Will Teletherapy Work For My Child?

My first teletherapy client lived 45 minutes away and was a teenager with dysarthria, following an unexplained TBI. Engagement in the teletherapy platform was terrific! The instruction, conversation, and games were motivating for him. Using the computer was intuitive and familiar. He was comfortable in his setting and progress came as a result. 

Our youngest client to date has been 3 years old. Using technology is second nature to many children, and they are excited to interact with a live person while playing fun games. Teletherapy sessions have included song time, creating and reading online or hardback books, social story-video clips, traditional flashcards, your child's favorite character themed games, and many more motivating interactions! Each session is custom created for your child by a licensed, qualified therapist. 

Here are examples of clients we are able to treat via teletherapy:

  • Cleft palate

  • Autism

  • Articulation Disorders

  • Language and Cognitive Disorders

  • Dysarthria

  • Stuttering

  • Down Syndrome and other genetic syndromes


Research and Case Studies

Research has shown that teletherapy can be just as effective, if not more effective, than traditional in-person therapy. This is true for a variety of disorders. Learn more from over 40 academic studies supporting teletherapy, from the Mayo Clinic to the American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology.


The Process

Our interactive platform and highly qualified therapists ensure successful teletherapy sessions for children with disabilities. Not sure your child is capable of participating in teletherapy due to their cognitive or physical ability levels? Click here to learn more about how our teletherapy process addresses those concerns.



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