1. Accessibility: Telehealth can provide greater accessibility, especially for individuals in remote areas or those with mobility issues. Patients can access therapy from the comfort of their homes.
- 2. Convenience: Telehealth can offer convenience as patients can schedule sessions at times that suit them, eliminating the need for travel and reducing time commitments.
- 3. Personalisation and Hands-On Intervention: Telehealth can limit the therapist's ability to provide hands-on guidance and corrections. However, therapists can still observe A LOT and provide verbal instructions and feedback to the parent/care givers.
- 4. Engagement and comfort: Some children engage more with the therapy and the therapist when they are using a screen and may feel more comfortable in their own environment, leading to better engagement in therapy.
- 6. Technology Requirements: Telehealth does requires a reliable internet connection, a suitable device, and basic technology literacy on the part of the patient.
- 7. Cost: Telehealth can potentially be more cost-effective for patients as it eliminates the need for travel and associated expenses.