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ST. LOUIS – The stay at home order left Variety The Children’s Charity with a dilemma.  How could they provide speech, occupational and physical therapy when the kids couldn’t see their therapists in person? Variety scrambled to find a national provider who could do E-therapy with them from home.  It was a big undertaking to get everyone on board and signed up in only 8 days, but they did it.  Executive Director Brian Roy says it is critical to continue to provide therapy for children and not allow them to have a setback.  Parents are taking on a more active role.  Therapist are teaching them how to use the things they have at home for physical therapy rather than the specialized equipment they would get at a therapy center.  Roy says parents are relieved to know Variety could find a solution to the problem.  Anyone who needs this help can go to