At VocoVision, we continually strive to ensure our clients and acquaintances are well-informed and current in regard to the growing body of research and resources for telepractice.
- The Use of Telepractice in the Treatment of Stuttering
- ASHA’s Position Statement on Telepractice
- The State of Telepractice in 2014
- A Pilot Exploration of Speech Sound Disorder Intervention Delivered by Telehealth to School–Age Children
- What it Took to Launch Telepractice in Nevada Schools
- No Student Left Unserved. Yes, telepractice can work with our most behaviorally challenged students in schools.
- Getting to Know Telepractice
- Take the Tele-Plunge at Your School
- Telepractice in Schools Helps Address Personnel Shortage
The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) is the professional, scientific, and credentialing association for 135,000 members and affiliates who are audiologists and speech-language pathologists. Based on the strong body of peer-reviewed research supporting telepractice as an effective method of delivering speech therapy service, ASHA recognizes telepractice as a valid means of service delivery.