Telepractice, or online therapy, is the use of technology to provide therapy via internet, webcam, and headset with microphone. It is one of the most advanced methods of reaching students in any location and research has shown that with telepractice, the same results can be achieved as providing therapy in person. School districts no longer have to supervise and train therapists, pay transportation expenses, or deal with interruptions in therapy when a therapist is absent or on leave.

Our model

The Hope Learning Center's innovative software goes beyond simply video conferencing. We have created an interactive platform where activities, games, progress monitoring, detailed reporting, and home program carryover have been proven more efficient and effective than traditional therapy methods. Our student centered and strengths based approach makes learning individualized and a successful experience for each student. Related services available online to school districts include speech therapy, occupational therapy, counseling, tutoring, and social skills.