Speech-language pathology service delivery via the web is effective and affordable— and highly engaging for today’s students. Over 40 published, peer-reviewed studies confirm that online speech therapy produces outcomes that are as good or better than standard face-to-face therapy. The technology is simple, affordable and practical. Kids love it and really get engaged. More engagement means more time on task and faster progress. Online speech therapy is recognized as effective by major organizations including the American Speech-LanguageHearing Association (ASHA), the Mayo Clinic and the American Telemedicine Association (ATA).

Research Articles

A Study Published in Neurology Report Pamela G. Clark, Stephen J. Dawson, Cynthia Scheideman-Miller, and Micha L. Post June 200

A Study Published in Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare S. Guillen, M.T. Arredondo, V. Traver, M.A. Valero, S. Martin, A. Traganitis, E. Mantzourani, A. Totter, K. Karefilaki, A. Paramythis, C. Stephanidis, and S. Robinson 2002

A Report Submitted to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) 2002

A Study Published in Telemedicine Journal and e-Health Ofer Amir, PhD, and Esther Shabtai, MSc 2002

A Study Published in Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare Deborah Kully, Institute for Stuttering Treatment and Research 2000

Published in the Mayo Clinic Proceedings, 72(12):1116-1122 J R Duffy, G W Werven and A E Aronson. December 1997 In 1997, the Mayo Clinic concluded that “Telemedicine evaluations can be reliable, beneficial, and acceptable to patients with a variety of acquired speech and language disorders, both in rural settings and within large multidisciplinary medical settings.”

A Study Published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings Joseph Duffy, Gerry W., Arnold Aronson 1997

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