March Activities & Calendar

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March brings change – for most a change in time and for all a change in season. This month, like many in the past, the teletherapy experts at E-Therapy have come prepared with a change in activities to fill your March sessions. From fun worm activities to a March-themed Bitmoji classroom, and even a mental health activity that provides an opportunity to reflect on the strengths in our differences – there’s plenty of inside to help you change up your therapy game.  

March Bitmoji Classroom

 E-Therapy’s Bitmoji classrooms always come preloaded with several interactive therapy links that you can use in your remote or in-person therapy sessions. Our March Bitmoji Classroom is no different. This March-themed room comes loaded with 7 activity links that span special events like St. Patrick’s Day, Spring, and March Madness. Grab your copy today! 

Strength in Our Differences Spot the Difference

 Just like puzzle pieces, we are all different.  And just like puzzle pieces, our differences are what allow us to fit together!  Download E-Therapy’s Strength in Our Differences activity and look at the included picture scenes. See if you can find what things are different from one picture to the next.  Each “item” that you find also represents something that can have a positive impact on improved mental health. Using Jamboards shape tool makes this an engaging activity for all therapy sessions. Don’t miss grabbing your copy today! 

Who Gets the Worms?

 The fish are hungry and it is up to you to feed them! E-Therapy’s Who Gets the Worms?  Jamboard activity allows students to “feed” fish by producing articulation targets based on the criteria for correct responses. The activity can also be used to address both receptive and expressive language skills besides providing positive reinforcement! If the student is able to place a worm on all 5 spaces/lines between two fish, everyone wins! Reel in your copy today! 

Sweet, Sour, Salty?

 E-Therapy’s  interactive Sweet, Sour, Salty? Jamboard activity will make you hungry! It addresses skills such as categorization, describing, and direction following all while looking at photos of food. Have your students decide which category to place each food item based on taste (i.e., sweet, sour, or salty). Feel free to add a slide and have your student list the food items by “likes” and “dislikes.” This activity can be used during remote or in-person sessions and is sure to engage your students. Download your copy today! 

Get monthly activities to use in your online therapy sessions 

Check out our monthly Activity Round-ups for even more fun online games and activities that can easily be used in your online teletherapy sessions.

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Derek Vogel

Derek Vogel is a highly experienced and results-driven leader, currently serving as the Chief Executive Officer of E-Therapy. With over 15 years of experience in executive leadership, he has a proven track record of driving business growth and success. He is skilled in business development, organizational strategy, and employee engagement and has a reputation for designing effective strategies that have consistently yielded significant increases in revenue and cost savings. He has successfully managed businesses ranging from $10M to $100M+ in annual revenue, and has experience in leading organizations through post-acquisition integration processes. Prior to joining E-Therapy, Derek was the President of AMN Healthcare’s Education Healthcare Staffing business, where he provided on-site and virtual solutions for students in need of therapy services. He is known for mentoring and developing his team members and inspiring a sense of pride and ownership in the collective success of the organization.