Solving the school therapist shortage

In rural Washington state, an occupational therapist might drive three to four hours to see a student—that is, if a district can find one to hire.

Last year, an occupational therapist job posting w

Source: www.districtadministration.com

For years I wondered when telemedicine and telepractice would become the norm for rural students and people. Here are some good findings that show that virtual OT can be even more impactful. 

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