What is telehealth?

Telehealth services are a virtual option for receiving services. It is a live, video-based form of therapeutic support that may look different across therapeutic services.

At BPI, it will offer the ability for the supervisor on a case to support the family and the Behavioral Technician virtually, they will always be there!

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How does telehealth work?

Your child will still receive hands on ABA therapy, whether in-home or clinic-based, by a Behavioral Technician. Your BT will be supervised by the telehealth-assigned BCBA who can adjust what is observed in sessions.

The telehealth-assigned BCBA will meet with caregivers to provide support and training virtually. This provides families with flexibility to meet during lunch, during drop-off, or in between meetings while still providing the maximum support for their learner.

An invested team member will work with your child's telehealth-assigned BCBA to pick up materials and assist with any additional needed support.

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Who can benefit from telehealth?

Anyone can benefit from these services!

Those who can benefit the most are families located in underserved areas, such as rural areas. These areas are in need of access to services but lack BCBAs in their community. With access to telehealth services, a family can receive the ABA therapy their child requires.

There may always be special cases in which telehealth services are not the best fit. A clinician will always recommend the best course of action to a family!

Why would you consider telehealth?

Through telehealth services, you will gain access to an experienced BCBA. For our underserved areas, this would not have been previously possible due to limited access to services.

Telehealth also allows for more observation opportunities that may not be possible with a physical person there. Some children can become distracted by an additional person in the room or even change their behavior making recommendations less optimal.

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Why BPI?

We believe that every child has potential to reach new levels of independence, grow in effective communication, and acquire new, valuable skills. In fact, our organization exists because we believe those things. We want to partner with you to ensure that every child grows, learns, and experiences quality of life.

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