Telelogopedia en el contexto de la pandemia de la COVID-19: Análisis de las adaptaciones y las percepciones de los logopedas

Translated title of the contribution: Telepractice in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic: Analysis of adaptations and perceptions of speech and language therapists

Cèlia Massana, Mario Figueroa*

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Abstract

Telepractice in Speech-Language therapy facilitates services in exceptional situations such as COVID-19 pandemic. Due to the restrictions imposed, speech-language pathologists (SPL) have had to adopt new approaches in their professional practice. The aim of this study is, through an online survey, to analyse the perception and the assessment of Catalan SPL about telepractice, to describe the adaptation and to identify the possible problems that have emerged. The survey was answered by thirty-seven active speech therapists. The results show that the majority of respondents have used telepractice (75.6%) and that their appreciation about it has increased since the beginning of the pandemic. Only one of the participants had received telepractice training and two had used it before the pandemic. The main reason given by the SPL for not using telepractice sessions during the COVID-19 pandemic has been related to patient typology and/or age inappropriateness. The main disadvantages of the use of telepractice are identified and proposals for clinical practice are exposed.

Translated title of the contributionTelepractice in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic: Analysis of adaptations and perceptions of speech and language therapists
Original languageSpanish
Article numbere77746
JournalRevista de Investigacion en Logopedia
Volume12
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2022

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