Moving forward with Zoom Meetings & Home Visits
Following the latest situation regarding COVID-19 in Scotland, we would like to update you on the services we can offer.
We can now offer in-person sessions, under the current ‘social distancing rules and regulations’. We are limiting visits to within the Highlands for the time being.
There is still the option of Zoom meetings. This has proved popular and can be followed up with an in person, outdoor session.
The Zoom meeting will last around an hour, so as to get all the background information we need and a feel for what is going on. This will give Mike an understanding of the problem and an idea of what we need to do. It will probably be followed up with a written summary of the first stage of the required behaviour modification.
An in-person, or face-to-face session may last 3 to 5 hours and will deal hands on with the specific problems. Most cases will not require further visits but will have free phone/email backup and support. Sometimes, more than one visit (or another Zoom session) may be necessary. Again, we provide a written summary as a hard copy in an easy to read A5 format and also via email.
Where Zoom is involved, our charge is £40 per hour. We add time involved in writing to the hourly rate. Where there is a single in-person consultation, the charge is £175 regardless of the time involved. Mileage is 45 pence a mile outside of Inverness.
What’s the next step?
Complete our ‘Consultation booking form’ on the Website, or call us on 01463 230 757 if you would like further information.
Both your safety and ours are, of course, our priority.
Stay safe, everyone.
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