Continuing education trainings, conference sessions and workshops have been more convenient than ever before due to scheduling options with recorded features of events and the elimination of travel logistics. Personally receiving a telehealth visit with a pediatrician or allergist is a lot more manageable with children and a work schedule than such an appointment two years ago!
Facilitating events for families, educators or individuals living in residential care facilities has become more accessible due to the opportunity of virtually connecting through a device. The developments of schools and organizations to welcome such offerings is encouraging as the specific platforms are continuing to evolve with features like changing the background, including close captions and recording capabilities. Additionally the paper trail for intake processes with clients has become more accessible through a digital process.
This week there is a freely accessible event, June 5-12 that two PMT Staff are excited to partiicpate in. The PURA Syndrome 2021 Virtual Conference includes an impressive panel of international experts - registration is available here.
I'm grateful that virtual offerings is one of the developments that will continue to evolve and support further growth from the global pandemic. Such new opportunities have expanded our connection with people for which I could not have predicted.
How have you benefited from virtual offerings or are you still exploring such opportunities to safely connect?
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