A final illustrative example of the power of video technology can be seen in Nemours’ behavioral health clinic, which treats children with autism and other behavioral disorders, and coaches their parents. The hospital uses cameras during patient sessions in several different ways. First, the cameras allow parents to be “present” during the sessions without causing a distraction for their children. Second, parents can work with their children through a set of behavioral tasks in a more organic, private setting while clinicians observe from another room. Third, the patients themselves can review footage of their own behavior as they work with therapists on speech and communication skills, which has proven to be a game-changer for the unit’s autistic patients. Fourth, when parents are frustrated by their children’s lack of progress, having early footage to review and compare usually alleviates their concerns. Lastly, the hospital uses previous footage to help train new staff to work with patients with behavioral disorders. In leveraging technology like video cameras, Nemours’ behavioral health staff give parents heightened peace of mind and understanding of their children’s treatment while allowing patients to make faster progress on speech therapy and other reinforced behaviors.