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TinyEYE Now Delivering Online Physical Therapy

Posted by Tiffany | May 25, 2015 12:23:00 PM

TinyEYE, an innovative leader in telepractice therapy, is now offering online Physical Therapy. This new service will allow TinyEYE to increase its positive impact on school districts, helping to fill PT vacancies and bring services to districts that previously could not afford them.

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Topics: teletherapy, benefits of telepractice, telepractice, careers, physical therapy

Stuttering in the Classroom: 5 Tips to Share with Teachers that they will Actually Use!

Posted by TinyEYE | Mar 20, 2015 6:04:01 PM

Have you ever shared tips to help teachers reinforce your lessons for a stuttering student, just to have them forgotten or ignored? As an in-school or online TinyEYE Speech-Language Pathologist, your role isn’t just to conduct direct therapy. There are many other responsibilities you face; one of these is communicating the needs of your students with parents and staff members. Create a circle of care around each of the children you serve by providing methods for them to effectively influence the results of each students’ outcomes. Have you ever wondered how you can communicate this in a simple manner that each students’ teachers can actually apply? Here are five great ideas:

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Topics: stuttering resources, Stuttering

A Day in the Life: Traditional In-Person vs. Online Occupational Therapy

Posted by TinyEYE | Jan 23, 2015 2:12:46 PM

Part 1: Preparing to Begin the Day
Scenario 1: Traditional, In-Person Occupational Therapy
6am: Alarm goes off.
6:05am: Get dressed and do your hair/make-up.
6:30am: Rouse your kids, getting them dressed, feeding them breakfast, packing what they need for the day, and signing permission forms that were ‘forgotten’ the night before.
7:30am: Haul your occupational therapy tools to your car. Load your kids into the car, strap everyone in. Ensure everyone has their lunch, stuffed toys, juice… and everything else they will need through the day. 
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Topics: occupational therapy telepractice, work from home, Working mom, online occupatonal therapy, occupational therapy innovation

Speech Therapy Again?! Obtaining Engagement & Investment From Students

Posted by Chantelle | Dec 5, 2014 1:35:18 PM

Guest Post: Carol K, M.A./CCC-SLP/L

Allow me to let you in on a secret, from one Speech-Language Pathologist to another. I’ve often thought that being an SLP can be difficult, because you can’t pull the words out of a person’s mouth. Speech therapists cannot force sounds, words, or phrases from a student. Our job is to help someone do something that they find challenging or impossible. When a skill is particularly challenging, students may not want to even attempt it, for fear of failure or a sense of hopelessness. In addition, they are missing class time, lectures, or recess. Sometimes they miss their favorite subject. Sometimes they attend sessions after school and miss out on playtime, their favorite cartoon, or time with their family and friends after a long day at school.  To a student, attending speech sessions can be frustrating and have little point.

As Speech-Language Pathologists, it is our job to make this experience as pain free as possible. We need to ask ourselves how to make speech therapy fun and relatable, and keep students engaged.

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Topics: Telepractice in Speech-Language Pathology, online therapy, Speech-Langugage Pathology, careers, Work From Home Speech-Language Pathologists

A TinyEYE Tour: Driving Student Success through Engagement

Posted by TinyEYE | Nov 12, 2014 1:09:00 PM

 

Online speech-language pathology and occupational therapy are a magical experience for our students. No two days are the same as TinyEYE Therapists from around the world log in to their online office and begin a new day’s adventure.

We believe that student engagement is the key to success. Engagement begins with a strong sense of belonging, and then grows into student involvement and investment in their work. Engagement requires deep and critical thinking, and a self-motivated commitment to learning. For this reason, we first help our students feel safe and joyful about participating. Next, we show our students how capable they are with their skills. Finally, we consistently engage our students in activities that leverage their ability to both participate in their daily lives and explore their wildest imagination. 

When I had the opportunity to take a tour of some of the tools used during a TinyEYE therapy session, I was immediately fascinated by the adventure activity stations.

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Topics: online occupational therapy program, online therapy, Online Speech Therapy Telepractice, online therapy activities

    

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