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La teleterapia lleva años apareciendo en escena. Por medio de plataformas telemáticas las sesiones se realizan con la misma efectividad y validez que en modo presencial.

Las plataformas telemáticas permiten interacción y proveen un medio atractivo y eficaz de transmisión de crecimiento individual. 

Bibliografía sobre los efectos de la Terapia Logopédica Online

Appleby E et al., 2019: Effectiveness of telerehabilitation in the management of adults with stroke: A systematic review.

Baharav E, Reiser, C (2010): Using telepractice in parent training in early autism. Telemedicine and e-Health, 16(6), 727-731. 10.1089/tmj.2010.0029

Behl D et al., 2012: The value of a learning community to support telepractice for infants and toddlers with hearing loss. Volta Review, 112, 313-296. 

Blaiser (2016): Recommendations for Administering Early Intervention Assessments With Children Who Are Deaf/Hard of Hearing via Telehealth Technology.

Blaiser KM et al., 2013: Measuring Costs and Outcomes of Tele-Intervention When Serving Families of Children who are Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing.

Boisvert M et al., 2012: The Multi-faceted Implementation of Telepractice to Service Individuals with Autism.

Cason J et al., 2012: Overview of states’ use of telehealth for the delivery of early intervention (IDEA Part C) services. 

Caughlin S et al., 2019: Implementing Telerehabilitation After Stroke: Lessons Learned from Canadian Trials.

Coleman JJ et al., 2015: Assessment and Treatment of Cognition and Communication Skills in Adults With Acquired Brain Injury via Telepractice: A Systematic Review.

Constantinescu G (2012): Satisfaction with telemedicine for teaching listening and spoken language to children with hearing loss.

Constantinescu G et al., Treating disordered speech and voice in Parkinson's disease online: a randomized controlled non-inferiority trial.

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Douglas SN et al., 2018: Online parent training to support children with complex communication needs. Infants & Young Children, 30(4), 299–303.

Grillo (2017): Results of a survey offering clinical insights into speech-language pathology telepractice methods.

Grogan-Johnson S et al., 2011: A Pilot Investigation of Speech Sound Disorder Intervention Delivered by Telehealth to School-Age Children.

Grogan-Johnson S et al., 2013: A Comparison of Speech Sound Intervention Delivered by Telepractice and Side-by-Side Service Delivery Models.

Hall N et al., 2014: Language Intervention via Text-Based Tele-AAC: A Case Study Comparing On-site and Telepractice Services.

Hill AJ, Miller L. (2012): A survey of the clinical use of telehealth in speech-language pathology across Australia. J Clin Pract Speech- Lang Pathol. 2012;14:110–7

Hines M et al., 2015: Speech pathologists' perspectives on transitioning to telepractice: What factors promote acceptance?

Inbar-Furst H et al., 2020: Promoting Caregiver Coaching Practices Within Early Intervention: Reflection and Feedback.

Langbecker DH et al., 2019: Impact of school-based allied health therapy via telehealth on children’s speech and language, class participation and educational outcomes.

Malandraki GA, Kantarcigil C (2017): Telehealth for Dysphagia Rehabilitation: The Present and the Future.

McGill M et al., 2019: Telepractice treatment of stuttering: a systematic review.

Meadan H et al., 2017: Coaching Parents of Young Children with Autism in Rural Areas Using Internet-Based Technologies: A Pilot Program.

Molini-Avejonas DR et al., 2015: A systematic review of the use of telehealth in speech, language and hearing sciences.

Overby MS, Baft-Neff A (2016): Perceptions of telepractice pedagogy in speech-language pathology: A quantitative analysis. 

Peter B et al., 2019: Toward a paradigm shift from deficit-based to proactive speech and language treatment: Randomized pilot trial of the Babble Boot Camp in infants with classic galactosemia. F1000Research. doi:10.12688/f1000research.18062.1

Pickard KE et al., 2016: A mixed-method evaluation of the feasibility and acceptability of a telehealth-based parent-mediated intervention for children with autism spectrum disorder.

Pullins V, Grogan-Johnson S (2017): A clinical decision making example: implementing intensive speech sound intervention for school-age students through telepractice.

Roseberry S et al., 2013: Skype Me! Socially Contingent Interactions Help Toddlers Learn Language. Child Development, 85(3), 956–970.

Stredler-Brown A (2017): Examination of Coaching Behaviors Used by Providers When Delivering Early Intervention via Telehealth to Families of Children Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing.

Lee, S.A.S., 2018: The treatment efficacy of multiple opposition phonological approach via telepractice for two children with severe phonological disorders in rural areas of West Texas in the USA.

Sutherland R et al., 2018: Telehealth and autism: Are telehealth language assessments reliable and feasible for children with autism?

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Theodoros DG et al., Clinical and Quality of Life Outcomes of Speech Treatment for Parkinson's Disease Delivered to the Home Via Telerehabilitation: A Noninferiority Randomized Controlled Trial.

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Wales D et al., 2017: The Efficacy of Telehealth-Delivered Speech and Language Intervention for Primary School-Age Children: A Systematic Review.

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