eLuma’s Teletherapy Curriculum Platform: the Virtual Backpack
eLuma is proud to announce that it has launched its Virtual Backpack™, the industry’s first-ever teletherapy curriculum platform, which is designed specifically for online speech therapy, online occupational therapy, online counseling, and other related telehealth services. Successful and sustainable telepractice solutions are blended, and eLuma creates the tools to enable a school’s onsite and eLuma’s online staff collaborate more effectively.
The Virtual Backpack™ is the first of its kind and bridges the gap between onsite staff, online therapy staff, parents and students. More importantly, the Virtual Backpack facilitates more engaged learning for students, while also expanding their opportunities to learn both therapeutic and asynchronous settings. Every program that implements online therapy needs to consider how to blend onsite and online therapies effectively, and there’s no better way to do it than with a company who specializes in synergistically providing technology and teletherapists to make that happen. Stakeholders already have access to real-time progress monitoring data, IEP goal tracking, scheduling, and robust reporting in eLuma’s platform. Now they also have tools to develop custom therapy curriculum and gain access to tens of thousands of pieces of effective content and lesson plans.
If you would like to learn more, we invite you to schedule a live demonstration of all of the Virtual Backpack’s amazing capabilities.
Key Features for Online Therapy Delivery
- Over 30,000 pieces of content and growing daily.
- Easy content creation, utilization and sharing.
- Lesson planning, reducing the time it takes to deliver therapy online.
- Any content type you can imagine, including built-in and customizable apps.
- Powerful searching for access to any content within seconds.
- Facilitates engaged synchronous and asynchronous learning.
What People Are Saying
“With eLuma and their platform, I can pull a report and walk into any IEP meeting knowing I have everything I need.” – Vici Miller, Special Education Director of Lucerne Valley Unified School District