A Survey of Telepractice in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology in India
HARITHA S. MOHAN, M.SC SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY,1 AYESHA ANJUM, M.SC SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY,1 and PREMA K.S. RAO, PHD1
"There is now considerable evidence to support the premise that service delivery through telepractice may actually enhance the quality of care provided, and, ultimately, quality of life (McCue, Fairman, & Pramuka, 2010; Winters & Winters, 2004). Winters and Winters (2004) suggest that telepractice has the potential to optimize the timing, intensity, and sequencing of intervention, leading to the greatest functional outcome for the client. Twenty-five percent of studies that assessed clients’ reactions to the use of telepractice reported favourable responses (Theodoros, 2011)."
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