If You’re Private Pay, Rethink your Pricing Structure…NOW.
I see many colleagues in speech or even learning specialists discuss being private pay and the woes in finding clients. They also discuss the ease in documentation. While, I am in a group who thinks that documentation standards should be adhered to no matter private pay or third party reimbursement, I do believe that pricing…
Why Coaching Matters in Leadership
Lessons from Life’s Last Dance from my coach, Robert H. Seals It’s no secret that most of the coaching I have ever found to be beneficial for my sustenance as a clinical leader has been outside the world of therapy. I have had my mother who spent year’s as a Chicago Public School teacher, I…
The Professional Divide in Telehealth
The lack of reaching across the aisle and acknowledging that the knowledge being sought was already, and has been present for some time. It was (is) in a different group.
Do What You Can!
Whew Girl! It’s been quite a ride over here in these parts. And lovely at the same time. Is it Charles Dickens who wrote ‘It was the best of times and the worst of times’. I probably edge toward the middle most days. I appreciate homeschooling and remember a time that I committed to this…
Inside – Outside. Managing Your ABA Practice and Staff in an Instagram World
What if, as a boss, your client is your staff member? Then would the concepts of behavior shaping, instructional control, consequence and antecedent interventions, motivating operants apply? If your answer is Yes, keep reading. Managing. Management. These are real words with real meaning that require real time and responsibility. In an age of memes of…
Establishing Instructional Control via Teletherapy
Using Technology During Your Sessions with Learners with Behavior Challenges Instructional Control. Not as bad as it sounds, I promise. Truth is, in most cases we all want and need it. When a speaker is standing in front of the room and the audience is quiet: control. See…not as bad as it sounds. But how…
The American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA) defines teletherapy as “the application of telecommunications technology to delivery of professional services at a distance by linking clinician to client, or clinician to clinician, for assessment, intervention, and/or consultation.” I started using teletherapy when I was the Executive Director of SLC Therapy. With this medium, our clients…
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