A telepractice survey was administered to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Special Interest Group 18 Telepractice affiliates and attendees of the Waldo County General Hospital Speech-Language Pathology Telepractice Training program in Maine, USA over the summer of 2016. Sixty-seven respondents completed the survey. The survey explored demographics of clients and clinicians, costs and equipment, learning opportunities, use of the client’s environment and caregivers/e-helpers, and method adaptations in telepractice. The results of the survey provide information on the current state of telepractice methods in speech-language pathology from experienced practitioners. This information may be used to develop telepractice models and to prepare speech-language pathology graduate students in the delivery of telepractice methods.
International Journal of Telerehabilitation
University of Pittsburgh, University Library System
Grillo, E. U. (2017). Results of a Survey Offering Clinical Insights into Speech-Language Pathology Telepractice Methods. International Journal of Telerehabilitation, 9(2), 25-30. http://dx.doi.org/10.5195/ijt.2017.6230