E-Therapy Announces ASHA Convention Giveaway Winner

E-Therapy Announces ASHA Convention Giveaway Winner


In November 2019, E-Therapy founder Diana Parafiniuk and several of her colleagues had the honor of attending The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) Convention, the premier annual professional education event for speech-language pathologists, audiologists, and speech, language, and hearing scientists.

“We met with other Imagineers in the field of Speech Language Pathology and shared how E-Therapy can help SLPs grow their careers and help their students in new ways,” said Parafiniuk. “It was exciting to share the field of teletherapy and connect with veterans in the field as well as new and soon-to-be SLPs!” 

Since the convention was in Orlando, Florida November 21-23, Diana and the team greatly enjoyed the warm weather too!

Congratulations to our winner of the ASHA Convention giveaway!

E-Therapy gifted a $50 Amazon Gift Card to one of the many wonderful SLPs attending the convention.

Raffle Winner:

Angelina A., Speech Therapist Granada, CO

We want to send a heartfelt thank you to everyone who stopped by our table, shared their stories with us, and took time to register for our giveaway and help make it a success!

We are so grateful for these opportunities to travel the country and bring teletherapy to those in need, and the connections and bonds that are built.

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E-Therapy strives to deliver the highest excellence in tele-therapy solutions to schools and students throughout the United States with passion, experience, reliability and smarts. We are here to be your extended team and help you be the superheroes that you need to be every day at school. Services include live face-to-face online Speech-Language, Occupational, and Physical Therapy as well as Mental Health/Counseling/Social Work and Assessments/Diagnostics.

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