For Special Needs Students, It’s Therapy from Afar
In the most recent issue of School Administrator Magazine (from the AASA or the School Superintendents Association), eLuma is profiled as one of the national leaders in providing teletherapy for special education. In the article, “For Special Needs Students, It’s Therapy from Afar,” author Merri Rosenberg explores the growing role that online therapy is playing in helping alleviate national shortages plaguing special education — specifically with Speech-language pathologists, school psychs and other mental health clinicians.
We are proud that our CEO Jeremy Glauser and two of our school partners, Florence County School District 3 (SC) and Pickens County School District (GA), provided positive testimonials to demonstrate the real value and impact that teletherapy is bringing to students and programs in need. We invite you to take a look. Teletherapy is playing an increasingly important role in providing positive outcomes for students with disabilities all through the country.
Rosenberg, Merri (January 2020). For Special Needs Students, It’s Therapy from Afar. School Administrator Magazine, 1 (77), 40-44.