Telepractice is used in North Carolina (US) to deliver top-quality audiological and speech (auditory-verbal) services to regional families whose children wear digital hearing-devices for severe to profound hearing issues.
In Australia, families access early intervention via telepractice (online service delivery) like CASTLE’s Reach system. An upside is that the children learn to focus at an early age, which benefits their educational outcomes.
Families worldwide are increasingly attending intensive summer programs of one to four weeks at centres like CASTLE, for directed auditory-verbal (AVT or speech) therapy services and guidance in working with their children.
With a global shortage of audiologists, speech and auditory-verbal therapists – telepractice is a hugely cost-effective way to deliver regional services.
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