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Telepractice is increasingly finding its way into the care of people with dementia. Web-based delivery of speech and language therapy (SLT) is feasible and has the potential to improve communication in people with dementia-related speech disorders. Although experts are discussing the strengths and weaknesses of telepractice, a precise analysis of t...
Background Telepractice for people with aphasia (PWA) is gaining importance, not least because of the current SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. Many PWA are affected by a reduction of quality of life (QoL). Experts recommend focussing on psychosocial impacts more consistently, but the transfer to telepractice has been investigated in a limited number of studie...
Aphasia is an acquired neurogenic language disorder. Teletherapy can improve the access and frequency of care, and is comparable to face-to-face therapy. However, the use of technology can be difficult for people with aphasia (PWA). The project TELL aims to develop and evaluate a platform for teletherapy especially for PWA including a videoconferen...
EN | Abstract Technology is being increasingly used in language therapy to raise intervention frequency and effect. Involving patients in the design process of healthcare software programmes can improve quality and effectiveness, as well as patient independence in their use. For German speaking patients, few apps are currently available, although m...
Development and evaluation of a platform for biographical work with people with a aphasia including a videoconferencing system as well as therapy management tools