Monique C Waite

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OBJECTIVE Interactive telehealth applications have potential for the assessment of reading disability in school-aged children. However, there is currently a lack of research on the validity of such applications. The aim of this study was to investigate the validity and reliability of an Internet-based videoconferencing system for the assessment of(More)
PURPOSE Telehealth has the potential to improve children's access to speech-language pathology services. Validation of telehealth applications, including the assessment of childhood language disorders, is necessary for telehealth to become an accepted alternative mode of service provision. The aim of this study was to validate an Internet-based telehealth(More)
We examined the validity and reliability of an Internet-based telehealth system for screening speech intelligibility and oro-motor structure, and function in children with speech disorders. Twenty children aged 4-9 years were assessed by a clinician in the conventional, face-to-face (FTF) manner; simultaneously, they were assessed by a second clinician via(More)
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