Does telepractice meet IDEA and ASHA standards?
Yes. ASHA issued a position statement recognizing telepractice as an appropriate method of service delivery in 2005. IDEA does not dictate specific service delivery methods, so telepractice meets IDEA standards as an appropriate way to fulfill IEP obligations. All robust, peer-reviewed academic research on this topic to date indicates that telepractice meets IDEA requirements. We strongly believe that the quality of services delivered via telepractice must be consistent with the quality of services delivered face-to-face. This is why we rigorously monitor progress and outcomes and are committed to providing SLPs with superb mentorship and supervion.
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