Speech-language pathology and telerehabilitation

Theodoros, Deborah (2013). Speech-language pathology and telerehabilitation. In Sajeesh Kumar and Ellen R. Cohn (Ed.), Telerehabilitation (pp. 311-323) London, United Kingdom: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-1-4471-4198-3_21

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Author Theodoros, Deborah
Title of chapter Speech-language pathology and telerehabilitation
Title of book Telerehabilitation
Place of Publication London, United Kingdom
Publisher Springer
Publication Year 2013
Sub-type Research book chapter (original research)
DOI 10.1007/978-1-4471-4198-3_21
Open Access Status
Series Health Informatics
ISBN 9781447141976
9781447141983
Editor Sajeesh Kumar
Ellen R. Cohn
Chapter number 21
Start page 311
End page 323
Total pages 13
Total chapters 20
Collection year 2014
Language eng
Abstract/Summary Speech-language pathology services are eminently suited to delivery via telerehabilitation owing to the audio–visual nature of the interaction between the clinician and the client. An increasing need for alternate modes of service delivery in this profession is evident because of the growing demand and cost of health care, a changing society, and rapid developments in technology. Equitable access to services, improvement in quality of care, ongoing intervention, and the promotion of self-management are several benefits to be derived from telerehabilitation. The evidence base supporting the use of telerehabilitation in speech-language pathology continues to grow, with research conducted in neurogenic communication disorders, stuttering, voice disorders, dysphagia, laryngectomy, and pediatric speech, language, and literacy disorders. A variety of technologies are now available to support a continuum of care for people with chronic communication and swallowing disorders. The future of telerehabilitation in speech-language pathology is promising, although several challenges such as clinician confidence, education and training, professional portability, reimbursement, and economic evaluation need to be addressed.
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