PRIORITY 1: STUDENTS
As service providers, we believe that our influence should improve children's lives. Our primary commitments are to our students’ experience and to our students' outcomes.
Influencing Excellence for our Students
Our therapy team provides online occupational therapy and online speech therapy services to schools. In our previous posts, we outlined these priorities:
- Influencing excellence with technology. When partnering with school tech teams, our aligned goal is to provide the students with an engaging therapy experience, free of technical disruptions. http://blog.tinyeye.com/2014/01/28/top-five-priorities-for-online-therapy-excellence-technology
- Influencing excellence with customer service accountability. When partnering with administrators and special education teachers, our aligned goal is to create a student-focused partnership that achieves the school's program objectives.https://preview.hs-sites.com/_hcms/preview/content/512889407?portalId=269362&_preview=true&preview_key=S65fXf63
- Influencing excellence with pathways to the classroom. When partnering with teachers and parents, our aligned goal is to accelerate our students’ progress across their life experiences. http://blog.tinyeye.com/2014/02/17/top-five-priorities-for-online-therapy-excellence-pathways-to-the-classroom?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_content=3938181
- Influencing excellence with therapists of distinction. When partnering with therapists, our aligned goal is to find the way to our students’ success so that they joyfully participate with confidence in their lives. Why do we do this? Because we believe in growing smiles, mending spirits, and engaging children in their lives. http://blog.tinyeye.com/2014/02/24/five-top-priorities-for-online-therapy-excellence-therapists-of-distinction?utm_campaign=Blog&utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_content=4108497
Finally, our top priority is influencing excellence with our students. If you are exploring how to achieve excellence in therapy services for your students, what should you build?