Telehealth is a method of remote healthcare service delivery, using telecommunication technologies. Children’s Learning Connection is proud to provide access to ABA Therapy, Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Physical Therapy services via telehealth.

Services Available Via Telehealth

  • Parent Coaching and Behavior Management Support
  • Supervision of In-home ABA Sessions
  • Functional Behavior Assessments
  • Behavior Technician Sessions (As Appropriate)
  • Group Therapy
  • Speech Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Physical Therapy
  • Developmental Evaluations (for Regional Center clients)

Requirements for Telehealth

  • Confirmation that insurance plan covers telehealth services (Our team can assist you with this!)
  • Parent agreement
  • Telehealth Consent Form signed
  • Access to Wifi and a smartphone/tablet/computer with a webcam and microphone

Benefits of Telehealth Services

Social Distancing Precautions

Utilizing telehealth services allows us the opportunity to provide essential services to families while reducing the number of individuals present in the home during COVID-19.

Enhances Existing Services

Telehealth services can enhance and provide efficient care for families by creating more opportunities for parent involvement and training within the child’s natural environment. The increase in communication with parents and caregivers can result in improved patient outcomes and satisfaction.

Expanded Geographical Areas Served

Telehealth services allow us to provide behavioral health care to rural and underserved communities with provider shortages or limited access to care. 

Telehealth FAQ

Families may be able to access Telehealth services through their medical insurance, Regional Center, or private pay. If a copay applies to telehealth services for your specific plan, you will be invoiced for the copays after your insurance processes the claim shop.

• Allows the clinical team to provide essential services to families while reducing the number of individuals present in your home during COVID-19 season.
• Can enhance and provide efficient care for families by creating more opportunities for parent involvement and training within the child’s natural environment shop.
• Allows us to expand the geographical areas served by providing medically necessary therapy services to rural and underserved communities where there may be provider shortages and limited access to care

Our credentialing team will work closely with you to understand if your plan covers telehealth. Families can call our Intake Care Team at (855) 295-3276 to find out if their insurance covers these services shop.

Prior to initiating telehealth services, we require the parent/caregiver to complete a Telehealth Consent Form. There may be additional forms, authorization requests, and timelines to be completed prior to initiating telehealth services rankhaya.com.

• For ABA services, your supervisor will conduct a telehealth consult if your insurance plan approves this service and you have communicated interest in receiving telehealth. Your supervisor will use our Program Modification Assessment tool to assess the appropriateness of this service for your child shop.
• For Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Physical Therapy services, eligibility for telehealth services will be determined by the treating or supervising clinician during the evaluation period or following a trial session.

• Remote support of ABA in-home services: If remote ABA supervision is being provided while a behavior technician is present in your home, the supervisor will review which items they need to observe during the session as well as get feedback from the parent/caregiver and behavior technician on goals that require support.
• Remote ABA parent consultation: If a remote ABA parent coaching program is recommended, without the support of a behavior technician, the supervisor and parent/caregiver will work together to identify three parent education goals per two-hour session. Goals will include an active implementation component. Depending on your skill set, some child goals may be implemented by the parent/caregiver. The parent/caregiver will also have an opportunity to discuss which formal goals they would like support with during the session.
• Remote 1:1 ABA services: If a remote 1:1 service is being provided, the behavior technician will guide the parent/caregiver in implementing goals with their child, including prompting and reinforcement strategies as appropriate. The parent/caregiver will likely need to be present for at least part of the session, and in some cases, for the entire session shop. The amount of required caregiver participation depends on the child’s skills and needs.
• Remote 1:1 Speech Therapy (ST), Occupational Therapy (OT), and Physical Therapy (PT) services: If a remote 1:1 ST/OT/PT service is being provided, the clinician will guide the parent/caregiver in implementing goals with their child, including prompting and reinforcement strategies as appropriate. The parent/caregiver will likely need to be present for at least part of the session, and in some cases, for the entire session. The amount of required caregiver participation depends on the child’s skills and needs.

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