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Title: Eficacia de la teleintervención logopédica centrada en la comunicación y el lenguaje de niños de 0 a 6 años según la percepción de logopedas: estudio del entorno, las características de la intervención y la familia como coterapeuta
Author: Moreno Poza, Eugenia
Tutor: Camus Torres, Alondra Elisa
Others: Universitat de Vic - Universitat Central de Catalunya
Keywords: phonoaudiology
telepractice
teleintervention
early attention
Issue Date: Apr-2021
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to evaluate and describe the perception of speech therapists on the effectiveness of speech therapy tele-intervention focused on users from 0 to 6 years of old with communication and language difficulties, taking into account the characteristics of the environment, of the co-therapist and of the intervention. To this end, a survey was conducted for speech therapists in which data on the intervention, the environment and the perception of the effectiveness of the tele-intervention were collected. On the one hand, a quantitative analysis has been carried out based on answers to the closed questions of the survey and the information in terms of percentages and descriptive statistics. On the other hand, a qualitative analysis has been made from the answers to the open questions of the survey. It has been established that the perception of efficacy is related to the type of environment, the personal characteristics of the co-therapist and the materials used during the intervention. In addition, we have been able to see and analyze the advantages and disadvantages that respondents have found carrying out this type of intervention.
Language: Spanish
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/134013
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