Telepractice and Parent Coaching

This course focused on the five components of a parent-coaching model and how to implement in telepractice. This course discussed what needs to be in place before starting telepractice evaluations and treatment sessions, as well as case examples that show the benefits.

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Alyson Ware is a pediatric speech- language pathologist with experience in infants, toddlers and young children. She has worked in private practice, early childhood intervention and a children’s hospital. Alyson has taken over 200 hours of continuing education in the area of pediatric feeding and swallowing. She is currently working towards her Board Certification in Swallowing and Swallowing Disorders.

Alyson Ware, MS, CCC-SLP

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Learner Outcomes:

  • List the 5 components of the coaching model

  • List 3 things to have in place before beginning telepractice

  • List 3 benefits of telepractice


Financial and Non-Financial Disclosures:

Financial: Alyson is a full-time employee of Bluebonnet Trails Community Services. She is the founder of East Austin Speech Therapy, PLLC. Alyson is receiving a speaking fee for this course.

Non-Financial: Alyson is a volunteer for Dysphagia Outreach Project and a member of SIG 13.


Time-Ordered Agenda

0:00 - 7:03 Introduction & Why Telepractice?

7:03 - 17:22 Before Your First Session & Key Points

17:22 - 25:13 Family Coaching

25:13 - 37:58 Implementing Skills/Examples


How to get ASHA CEUs:

-Watch Pre-recorded course in its entirety

-Complete 5 question post-quiz scoring 80% or higher

(you can retake the quiz)

-Make sure name, e-mail, address, and ASHA

number are correct in Thinkific account


*ASHA CEU option begins 8/7/2021