Tag Archives: videoconferencing

Making a succinct case for speech and language therapy

Last week I heard Mike Inglis, the newly appointed Governor of Polmont Young Offenders Institution, make a succinct case for speech and language therapy. Mike was speaking at a Royal College of Speech & Language Therapists (RCSLT) study day on effectiveness … Continue reading

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Speech and language therapy using Skype – research update

Reader Rebecca Matthews has sent me her annual newsletter, which includes a report on progress with her PhD research into delivering therapy to children over the internet via Skype. Rebecca was motivated to investigate service delivery by videoconferencing to save fuel and make the most of clinical time … Continue reading

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