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Telehealth for Vulnerable Populations webinar series June 2020
 

Telehealth for Vulnerable Populations

Webinar Series | June 2020

Learn how leading clinicians are using the latest technology to remotely serve their patients at home during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Join us for a series of free, one hour webinars designed to instruct healthcare professionals, clinicians, and leaders of community-based organizations through the intricacies of enabling telehealth remote home visits.

Each webinar was moderated by Marian Levy, DrPH, RD, FAND, Professor and Associate Dean of the School of Public Health at the University of Memphis. A certificate of attendance for Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists was available upon request. Continuing Education Unit credits were available for Behavior Analysis, Public Health, and Social Work.

 

Tuesday, June 2 | 11 AM-NOON CDT | Delivering Telehealth to Under-served/Vulnerable Client Populations: Best Practices

Attendees will learn the best practices for engaging vulnerable populations in telehealth programming and learn how to identify factors that can help establish rapport with clients remotely.

Panel Includes: Rosie Phillips Davis, Ph.D. ABPP; Espi Ralston, MA, MAT, MA, CMI-Spanish, CHTM; Larita Webb Taylor, PhD, MPH, CLC.

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Thursday, June 4 | 11 AM-NOON CDT | Engaging Caregivers and Setting Up the Home Environment: A Telehealth Delivery How-to

Attendees will learn the “how-tos” of telehealth delivery, including how to set up the home environment and engage caregiver.

Panel Includes: Gregory Washington, LCSW, Ph. D; Laura B. Casey, Ph.D., BCBA-D, NCSP, NCC; Katherine Mendez, M.A., CCC-SLP.

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Tuesday, June 9 | 11 AM-NOON CDT | Telehealth in School-based Programming: Tips, Techniques, and Best Practices

Attendees will understand the need and purpose of telehealth in today's clinical programming in schools, learn best practices in programming for school-based practitioners, and become more knowledgeable about best practices in providing telehealth services for social emotional learning and mental health needs.

Panel Includes: Susan E. Elswick, EdD, LCSW, LSSW, and Vice President of ACSSW; Dr. Sarah Caliboso-Soto, LCSW.

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Thursday, June 11 | 11 AM-NOON CDT | Training Health Profession Students Via Remote Learning

Attendees will understand the need and purpose of telehealth in today's clinical programming, become more knowledgeable about best practices in providing telehealth services, and become more familiar with Behavior Skills Training (BST) as a model for student training in telehealth.

Panel Includes: Anne Cornelius, BCBA; Susan E. Elswick, EdD, LCSW, LSSW, and Vice President of ACSSW; Belinda Fleming, PhD, MSN.

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Tuesday, June 16 | 11 AM-NOON CDT | Opportunities in Telehealth

Panelists will explain how to prepare sessions to ensure generalization occurs across environments and describe how to engage parents and keep treatment plans viable remotely.

Panel Includes Laura B. Casey, Ph.D., BCBA-D, NCSP; Matthew Davidson, MS, BCBA, LBA.

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Thursday, June 18 | 11 AM-NOON CDT | Billing and Technology in Telehealth

Attendees will learn the different types of services that can (and cannot) be delivered by telehealth and how to bill telehealth services to most major insurance companies.

Panel Includes: Sarah E. Warren, AuD, PhD; Rachel Lauletta, MS, BCBA, LBA; Sharon Lusk, JD, CPA, CMC, CMCO.

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Partners

The 2020 Telehealth webinar series is made possible through a partnership with: FedEx Institute of Technology; UM School of Public Health; School of Social Work; School of Communication Sciences and Disorders; School of Counseling, Educational Psychology & Research; ; Institute for Interdisciplinary Memphis Partnerships to Advance Community Transformation (iIMPACT); National Association of Social Workers, Tennessee Chapter; the American Council for School Social Work (ACSSW); and the Tennessee Association for Behavior Analysis (TABA).

FedEx Institute of Technology

University of Memphis School of Public Health

Institute for Interdisciplinary Memphis Partnerships to Advance Community Transformation

University of Memphis School of Communication Sciences and Disorders

American Council for School Social Work

National Association of Social Workers, Tennessee Chapter

Tennessee Association for Behavior Analysis

Have Questions?

Please contact Dr. Marian Levy or Teresa Franklin for more information.