DotCom Therapy aims to curb speech therapy shortage
There are 20 million people who need speech therapy each year in the United States and only 126,000 certified therapists to meet the demand. DotCom Therapy is trying to put an end to this shortage.
DotCom Therapy answers this significant speech therapist scarcity by offering high-quality, online speech therapy services. The telemedicine company removes barriers such as location and travel and allows anyone to access therapy services via computer, tablet or smartphone. All you need is a webcam and a connection to the internet.
Founders Rachel Robinson and Emily Purdom formed DotCom Therapy after observing the lack of speech therapy connections in rural school districts.
Their mission: to make therapy services available to everyone, everywhere.
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