Check out this video about how to do virtual therapy! Learn how we run our play group and therapy sessions and get ideas for your practice!
Almost all of the questions we hear from therapists about how to do virtual therapy have one thing in common…a ton of self-doubt.
As therapists, our main focus is doing the very best we can for the kids on our caseloads. We ended up as pediatric therapists because of our compassion and our drive to give back to others.
While we are natural helpers, many of us also tend to be over-thinkers who are prone to questioning ourselves…sound familiar? (Us too.)
Throughout our years of practice as pediatric therapists, we’ve learned that one of the best ways to overcome a lack of confidence is by simply observing someone else performing a skill so we can see that it might not be quite as complicated as we’re making it in our heads.
That’s why we’re here today! To show you a behind the scenes peek at what one of our virtual sessions actually looks like.
Don’t forget to check out our Virtual Therapy Pack for more awesome ideas for teletherapy sessions!
How to Do Virtual Therapy: A Behind the Scenes Peek
Below, you’ll see us in action, facilitating one of our virtual play groups and Lauren explaining how she would use these activities to target specific goals from an IEP of one of the kids on her caseload.
The activities we’re using in this video are straight from the pages of our Virtual Therapy Pack, so you can see what this resource is really all about!
Check out the video below and be sure to take a peek at our 10 Pro Tips for Telehealth Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy and our Free Printable Virtual Therapy Session Planning Sheet!
Leave a comment below and let us know what you think! How are your virtual therapy sessions going? Do they look like this – or do you facilitate them differently?
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