Efficacy and Innovations in Telepractice
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Technology has irrefutably expanded the availability of speech and language services to populations that are more difficult to serve due to mobility challenges and/or remote locations. The articles in this journal self-study illustrate how telepractice – including mixed-service delivery models that incorporate both clinic and telepractice components –can enhance telehabilitation and telerehabilitation practices across a range of communication disorders.
You will be able
- summarize how speech-sound intervention and parent-directed fluency intervention delivered via telepractice compare to in-person delivery modes
- discuss maintenance and acquisition of picture naming skills as well as factors that influence success of aphasia rehabilitation via telepractice
- explain how telepractice can be utilized to train parents in language-elicitation strategies for children with significant language delay
Online, multiple-choice exam