We offer telepractice services to residents of Illinois and Florida.
What is teletherapy?
Teletherapy (also known as telepractice, telehealth or telemedicine) is a completely virtual mode of receiving your speech, voice or swallowing services. The American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA), endorses the teletherapy service delivery model for many people.
Why choose teletherapy?
Teletherapy is a convenient way to receive high-quality services from the comfort of your own home or office and skip the commute! And better yet, you can complete your services without the need to wear a face mask.
Who is appropriate for teletherapy services?
Teletherapy is actually appropriate for many people. Some clients may require a facilitator during appointments such as a family member, friend or care partner to assist during the session.
What is required for teletherapy?
Computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone
Webcam or built-in camera on device
Microphone (external or built-in to device)
Internet access or cellular data service with a good connection
A quiet and secure location
Are online sessions secure?
Yes! Lake City Speech & Voice Therapy use only secure, HIPAA compliant, virtual platforms for teletherapy services.
Are there other options for therapy if I do not want to be seen via teletherapy?
Lake City Speech & Voice Therapy is primarily a teletherapy practice. Not so sure about how it works?
Contact us to discuss your options or try a test call.