Implementing a School-Based Telepractice Program After being engaged in school-based telepractice programs for several years, the authors have learned many valuable lessons. Within the framework of an overview of how to implement a successful school-based telepractice program, the authors share many of those lessons. This article provides the basic foundation for what to consider and ... Article
Article  |   September 2012
Implementing a School-Based Telepractice Program
Author Affiliations & Notes
  • Sena Crutchley
    UNCG Speech and Hearing Program, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Browns Summit, NC
  • Michael Campbell
    UNCG Speech and Hearing Program, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Browns Summit, NC
  • Diana Christiana
    Clinical Communications, Sugar Land, TX
  • Disclosure: Sena Crutchley provides telepractice services to the public schools as an employee of The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She serves on the Editorial Review Board for ASHA Special Interest Group 18, Telepractice.
    Disclosure: Sena Crutchley provides telepractice services to the public schools as an employee of The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She serves on the Editorial Review Board for ASHA Special Interest Group 18, Telepractice.×
  • Disclosure: Michael Campbell is Director of Telerehabilitation Program, which serves public schools. He is also Chair of the American Telemedicine Association Telerehabilitation Special Interest Group, and Continuing Education Content Manager for ASHA Special Interest Group 18, Telepractice.
    Disclosure: Michael Campbell is Director of Telerehabilitation Program, which serves public schools. He is also Chair of the American Telemedicine Association Telerehabilitation Special Interest Group, and Continuing Education Content Manager for ASHA Special Interest Group 18, Telepractice.×
  • Disclosure: Diana Christiana serves on the Coordinating Committee of ASHA Special Interest Group 18, Telepractice.
    Disclosure: Diana Christiana serves on the Coordinating Committee of ASHA Special Interest Group 18, Telepractice.×
Article Information
Speech, Voice & Prosodic Disorders / School-Based Settings / Telepractice & Computer-Based Approaches / Articles
Article   |   September 2012
Implementing a School-Based Telepractice Program
SIG 18 Perspectives on Telepractice, September 2012, Vol. 2, 31-41. doi:10.1044/tele2.1.31
SIG 18 Perspectives on Telepractice, September 2012, Vol. 2, 31-41. doi:10.1044/tele2.1.31

After being engaged in school-based telepractice programs for several years, the authors have learned many valuable lessons. Within the framework of an overview of how to implement a successful school-based telepractice program, the authors share many of those lessons. This article provides the basic foundation for what to consider and how to get started before implementing a telepractice program.

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