Over the next several weeks, we will likely see districts turning to “distance learning” where students are completing curriculum and assignments at home. This type of setting is not only available to general education students, but also each district’s special education population. Teletherapy has been growing rapidly in previous years and has been primed for times such as this. Also, state and national licensures for respective disciplines have also seen growth in allowing for teletherapy services across the nation. While chaos and turmoil in educating America during the COVID-19 pandemic has ensued, we can all have peace in knowing our special education students have avenues to receive their services through telepractice in able to stay in compliance with their IEPs.