PM Session: Industry Trends & T2K Resources for Successful Documentation

February 10, 2017 1:00pm - 2:30pm

*This is a Closed Webinar Event for Therapy 2000 Employees Only*

This event is open to OT/PT/ST

Please note: This webinar is open company wide and is capped at 100 attendees. Please register early if you need this time slot.

This course is pending 1.5 CEUs from TOTA, approved for 1.5 CEUs from TSHA  and pending 1.5 CCUs from TPTA.



Kathy Clapsaddle, MS, CCC-SLP

Stephanie Cone, PT, MPT

Course Location:

online at

Course Description:

This webinar based training will review current developments within the pediatric home health care industry, as well as the primary challenges THERAPY 2000 is facing with regard to reimbursement for services. Common reasons for denials from payer sources will be reviewed and analyzed so that participants can identify personal areas of focus. Participants will receive guidance regarding the myriad of T2K resources designed to support effective documentation and service provision for children who demonstrate medical necessity for home based therapy intervention.

Learner Objectives:

  1. Discuss at least 3 factors currently impacting the pediatric home health therapy industry.
  2. List and describe at least 2 personal challenge areas (service provision and/or documentation) for future focus and learning.
  3. Identify location of THERAPY 2000 resources to support easy access and utilization

1:00pm to 2:30pm

About Our Speakers:

Kathy Clapsaddle, M.S., CCC-SLP

Kathy is a Clinical Program Director for THERAPY 2000.  She completed her Master’s Degree in Speech Language Pathology from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center and has been an SLP for over 15 years. She has previously served as an instructor at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in the Department of Communication Disorders and as an education specialist for Speech Language Pathology and Therapy Services at Education Service Center Region 13, in which she provided professional development and technical assistance for Speech Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists and Physical Therapists working in the public schools. She also worked on a statewide Autism Leadership project, which involved the development of web-based autism treatment and Evidence Based Practice resources. She has provided professional education for SLPs across the state on a variety of topics including best practices in service delivery, supporting children with significant communication impairments, and augmentative and alternative communication. She served on the editorial board for the journal EBP Briefs and as the Vice President for Research and Development for the Executive Board of the Texas Speech Language Hearing Association. She currently serves on the Chari-T2000 board.

Stephanie Cone, PT, MPT

Stephanie received her Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Science at Texas A&M University.  In 2002, she earned her Master of Physical Therapy degree from UT Southwestern Medical Center.  Since that time she has focused on practicing physical therapy with pediatric populations across various settings.  She began her career at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children, specializing in treatments for children with clubfeet, brachial plexus injuries, motor control and juvenile arthritis.  Following working at Texas Scottish Rite, she continued to practice with pediatric populations in both the school based and home health settings.  Stephanie has also been involved in clinical trials with children with neuromuscular disorders and neurological conditions.  She currently serves as the Physical Therapy Clinical Program Director at THERAPY 2000, where she strives to equip other therapists with resources on evidence based practices.


*This is a Closed Event for Therapy 2000 Employees Only*


“Based on our CEU application method, TSHA requires all speech professionals miss no more than 10 minutes of class to receive full credit. Partial credit is not available for speech therapistsIf you are late to class at start or after break by more than 10 minutes, no credit can be granted, although you are still warmly welcome to attend.”

Thank You for your understanding of this externally mandated requirement.


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