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Once K overcame his initial reluctance he found the experience positive. He did engage with the physio and other participants. His feedback was that this was a good method of delivery. I heard him using the other participants’ names (which is a skill he is working on) and engaging in the games. The Telehealth format is a great tool to have and K found he could engage fully. He had no issues with the exercise technique demonstration. As in face-to-face, questions can be asked and answered with the physical demonstrations required. It was also encouraging that all levels were catered for and further challenges set. K found the process clear and did not have any issues with directions. This is a great platform for kids to engage in group classes and keep some sort of socialisation, along with the benefits of physiotherapy, while adhering to social distancing rules.
Due to the current situation, our last appointment was via telehealth. I am so grateful for this service. J is continually changing and so do his therapy needs. Our therapist was able to suggest new exercises and demonstrate with her doll. I was then able to practise with J and receive feedback. During the appointment, I could also chat with the therapist about J’s progress while he took little rest breaks. After the appointment I received a follow up email with links to equipment we needed and additional information about the exercises to practise at home. Although face-to-face appointments are a little bit easier, telehealth allows us to continue with J’s therapy at a crucial time in his development.
I attended the online yoga class. I found the experience really good, it was almost as good as in-person. A good thing was being able to see myself on the screen so I could check if things were straight, in alignment etc, which was helpful.