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Autism & Developmental Services > Telehealth
Telehealth is a mode of therapy services provided via electronic device such as using a Zoom meeting on your computer. The child/parent and provider communicate via video conferencing to conduct therapy sessions as mandated. This allows therapy to continue online while the child and therapist are not at the same physical location. Telehealth services help to continue familiar routines for children and are scheduled with the child and family in mind and eliminate the need for families to travel to receive therapeutic services.
Programs that are currently participating in ABA teletherapy services are Early Intervention, CPSE, CSE, and Insurance based services. Various disciplines of therapy continue to be provided such as ABA therapy and autism services, speech therapy, special education, occupational and physical therapies, social work, and evaluations.