Telehealth has presented itself as a viable long-term solution for ABA providers and their clients, even after things settle down following the COVID-19 pandemic.
It hasn’t been an easy transition for an entire industry to change how they provide care, but industry professionals have embraced the change.
They have accepted that this might just be the way things are for a while and have realized that by leveraging telehealth, they can reach more people, more often with the care that they need.
Rethink Behavioral Health Director of Customer Success, Erin Mayberry, BCBA, LBA, recently hosted a webinar discussing telehealth and highlighting some success stories from a few of our partners. In addition, we’ve provided you with a Telehealth Appropriateness Sheet, provided courtesy of Neurobehavioral Center for Growth in Utah.
Download Worksheet: Telehealth Appropriateness
You can watch a replay of the webinar at the link below:
Erin spoke with Rosalind Guiterrez, Clinical Director and Maggie Williams, Practice Coordinator from Cayer Behavioral Group, Jesse Yarger, Clinical Director at the Neurobehavioral Center for Growth in Utah, and Robyn Newberry, Founder of Endless Potential in Washington, about several topics, including, but not limited to:
- Initial barriers and challenges when transitioning to telehealth
- Personal success stories on the transition to remote services
- Processes to determine appropriate service models for families
- Understanding how the Rethink platform is being utilized during telehealth service delivery
Are you interested in learning more about implementing telehealth into your ABA therapy practice? If so, you’ve come to the right place!
We also recently put together an exclusive bundle that includes best practices for Rethink users, research and resources, general tips and information, and videos (coming soon).
If you follow this link, you can get access to the free bundle, along with a video guide on how to use it.
As always, we’re here to help. If you have any questions about telehealth, Rethink solutions or ABA therapy, please contact us through our website.