Dr. Walker Presented at the 61st ISHA Annual Convention
Dr. Walker gave an invited presentation at the 61st ISHA Annual Convention on February 4, 2021. The title of the presentation was “Innovative Speech Therapy Telepractice Methods for People with Aphasia.”
View and print the presentation handout.
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- Cohn, E. R., & Cason, J. (2019). Ethical considerations for client-centered telepractice. Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Groups, 4, 704 – 711. doi.org/10.1044/2019_PERS-SIG18-2019-0001
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- Lowman, J. & Covert, L. (2019). Telepresence fundamentals, Tele-AAC: Augmentative and Alternative Communication through Telepractice (Eds. N. Hall, J. Juengling-Sudkamp, M. L. Gutmann, and E. R. Cohn). Plural Publishing, Inc.
- Meltzer, J. A., Baird, A. J., Steele, R. D., & Harvey, S. J. (2018). Computer-based treatment of poststroke language disorders: A non-inferiority study of telerehabilitation compared to in-person service delivery. Aphasiology, 32 (3), 290-311. doi:10/1080/02687038.2017.1355440
- Walker, J.P. (2020). Speech therapy telepractice program for a client with aphasia. In Ryan Branski & Sonja Molfenter (Eds.), Speech-Language Pathology Casebook. (pp. 523 – 531). New York: Thieme Medical Publishers Inc.
- Walker, J. P. (2020). Speech therapy in the virtual world of people with aphasia. In N. Hall, J. Juengling-Sudkamp, M. Gutmann & E. Cohn (Eds.), Tele-AAC: Augmentative and alternative communication through telepractice (pp. 285 – 310). San Diego: Plural Publishing.
- Walker, J.P., Price, K., & Watson, J. (2018). Promoting social connections in a synchronous telepractice aphasia communication group. Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Groups, 3(2), 32 – 42. org/10.1044./persp3.SIG18.32
- Walker, J. P. (2015). University of Maine, speech therapy telepractice and technology program manual. University of Maine Faculty Monographs. Book 220. Available at: http://digitalcommons.library.umaine.edu/fac_monographs/220/.
- Weidner, K., & Lowman, J. (2020). Telepractice for adult speech-language pathology services: A systematic review. Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Groups, 5, 326 – 338. doi.org/10.1044/2019_PERSP-19-00146