Clinical, Research, Linguistic, and Technical Considerations in Telepractice
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This activity presents a variety of topics related to telepractice service provision. The first article offers a case study on the effects of a hybrid telepractice/onsite treatment program for a child who stutters. The following article discusses common technical issues encountered during telepractice and a process for managing them with English- and Spanish-speaking clients. The final article details the findings of a study on integrating technology through telepractice to support clients with dementia.
will be able to:
- summarize recent evidence on the preferences of clients who stutter for telepractice or in-person treatment
- assess and resolve common technological barriers experienced by clients in the telepractice setting
- contrast the differences in performance on the various tasks inclusive in Constant Therapy between Alzheimer’s disease and vascular dementia
about what you learned and report on the Completion Form how you will use your
in This Course
- The Effectiveness of Hybrid Telepractice and In-Person Fluency Treatment for a School-Aged Child: A Case Study by Jacqueline E. Ryer and Gerard H. Poll, published in SIG 18, Volume 5, Issue 4, August 17, 2020
- A User’s Guide for Understanding and Addressing Telepractice Technology Challenges via ZOOM by Megann McGill and Kimberly Fiddler, published in SIG 18, Volume 6, Issue 2,
April 28, 2021
- Clinical Study of the Effectiveness of Constant Therapy in the Treatment of Clients With Dementia: Implications for Telepractice by Debra Edgar and Peggy L. Bargmann, published in SIG 18, June 17, 2021