Yes, once the client is deemed appropriate for Teletherapy sessions, goals are set, and every session is structured to work towards achieving these goals, just like the physical session's progress is achieved over a period of time.
Through an initial consultation where the therapist will check on the client’s needs and capabilities. The therapist shall use their clinical judgment to decide if the client will benefit from Teletherapy.
No, Teletherapy is for all aged children; for younger children and infants, the parents/caregiver shall be the facilitators at home. The parents will be guided through the various sessions on what to do.
The client and the therapist can use a smartphone, laptop, IPAD, or Tablet. One important thing that should be considered is the built-in camera, microphone, and speaker should be working.
The length of time depends on each therapist and client. Some clients can concentrate for an hour, and some can only concentrate for 30 minutes. So the therapist can schedule 30-minute sessions twice a week.