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The Effect Of Digital And Conventional Speech Therapy On A Person With Speech And Comprehension Disorders: A Systematic Review
Masoomeh Shakourhendkhaleh * , Parisa Amini
Department Of Psychology, Qazvin Branch, Islamic Azad University, Qazvin, Iran
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Objective:The purpose of this article is to determine if digital therapy delivered speech-language pathology interventions are as effective as traditional in-person delivery for childhood to adulthood with speech and comprehension disorders. 
Method: A systematic review was conducted (following PRISMA guidelines) using five databases, two journals, and reference lists. Titles and abstracts were screened for inclusion, with relevant studies reviewed in full-text. Initial searches identified 132 articles. Following the exclusion of non-relevant studies, seven articles remained for inclusion. Results revealed both telehealth and in-person participants made significant and similar improvements when treatment effects were measured through Three of the six outcome measures. 
Results:Findings showed there is limited but promising evidence to support telehealth for delivering a speech and comprehension disorders.
Conclusion :Whilst this is encouraging, particularly for rural aphasia patients, where in-person services are limited, more rigorous study designs are required to support the efficacy of telehealth for this population.
Keywords: Tele-Neurorehabilitation, Post-Stroke Aphasia, Virtual Treatment, Artificial Intelligence, Computer And Mobile Applications, Speech Recognition
Type of Study: Review | Subject: General
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Shakourhendkhaleh M, Amini P. The Effect Of Digital And Conventional Speech Therapy On A Person With Speech And Comprehension Disorders: A Systematic Review. Int J Med Invest. 2022; 11 (2)
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