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Pre-Recorded Webinar: Teletherapy Activities for School Based Physical Therapists

Josephine Bardabelias, PT


Lots creative activities and downloadable materials         

We have entered unprecedented times where teletherapy has become the norm. As physical Therapists, we are faced with unique challenges as we, by nature, are a “hands on” discipline.

This course will address some of the potential challenges therapists may face, as well as creative ways to plan and present therapeutic sessions with safety in mind. Using a variety of modalities, this course will provide numerous practical movement techniques that can be immediately used during your treatment sessions.  Many of the ideas presented can be used for in-person therapy as well.

This webinar is geared towards the child that can follow directions either alone or with the assistance of an adult.

The materials in this webinar are not geared toward the treatment of medically fragile and non-ambulatory students.


Change is the only constant in life. One’s ability to adapt to those changes will determine your success in life.
– Benjamin Franklin


This webinar has been PRE-RECORDED to view at your convenience.


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Learning Objectives
Participants completing this course should be able to:

  • Promote awareness of the unique treatment challenges teletherapy presents.
  • Plan and create an effective treatment session for you student
  • Design creative, safe and appropriate gross motor activities for your teletherapy services using a variety of techniques.
  • Discover the potential role parents may play during and after your treatment sessions to assist in making them successful.

Target Audience


Course Level 

All levels


Josephine Bardabelias, PT 

Josephine Bardabelias has over 30 years of experience including supervisory roles working in a variety of settings, with a focus in pediatrics. Throughout her career she has treated children in acute care, N.I.C.U., early intervention, private care, and school-based facilities.


Educational Credits

2 contact hours
(1 hour and 40 minutes of webinar viewing and 20 minutes for reviewing the PowerPoint and other provided materials)

Approved for 2 contact hours by NYSED’s State Board for PT.