The story follows Andrew, a child with visual deficits who is having difficulty playing hockey, performing well in school, and working on his art. He meets a therapist named Brittany who guides him through his first teletherapy session, and he loves it! This picture book helps children understand what teletherapy is, what makes it different from other pediatric therapies, and how it can help them live better lives. Being a teletherapy specialist, this book also gives parents and adults tips and information to help kids through the therapy process.
Targeted Age Group:: 5-12
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I am a teletherapy specialist with a passion for educating others on their health. After working in teletherapy starting a year ago, I wanted to explain this tough-to-grasp concept to kids who may have trouble understanding it (especially kids with disabilities).
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Brittany is an occupational therapist and writer. She has written a therapy textbook entitled "Effective Occupational Therapy Documentation" for students, a children's book called "Why is there a person in my computer?" educating kids on teletherapy, and a textbook called "Complementary Health Approaches for OTs" is set to publish in the fall of 2020.
In her spare time, she likes writing (about anything!), hiking, gardening, drinking tea, and doing crossword puzzles. She lives in Rochester, NY with her two dogs and often daydreams about being somewhere sunnier.