The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association has put together a database known as Evidence Maps, which allows users to search for evidence-based practice tools by diagnosis.
CIRCA (Computer Interactive Reminiscence and Conversation Aid) (EN)
by Dr Arlene Astell, Research Chair at University of Toronto
Project CIRCA (Computer Interactive Reminiscence and Conversation Aid) is designed to provide an intuitive,
expansive and fail-safe reminiscence experience, utilizing contemporary computer touch-screen technology and interactive media design to assist people with dementia and their carers and relatives in prompting conversation
in one to one and group situations.
Constant Therapy (EN)
Constant Therapy Clinician is an evidence-based speech, language and cognitive therapy app created by a team of neuroscientists and clinicians from Boston University. Use the app to plan and implement therapy, collect performance data and document patient progress.
Delivering group speech maintenance therapy via telerehabilitation to people with Parkinson’s disease: A pilot study (EN)
by Rachel Quinn, Stacie Park, Deborah Theodoros & Anne J. Hill
June 07, 2018
This study demonstrated the feasibility of delivering group speech maintenance therapy via telerehabilitation, and the potential for eLoud and Proud to improve and maintain vocal loudness in people with Parkinson’s Disease.
iCommunicate lets you design visual schedules, storyboards, communication boards, routines, flash cards, choice boards, speech cards, and more. It is customizable to your needs.
Internet-Based Audiological Interventions: An Update for Clinicians (EN)
by Eldré W. Beukes and Vinaya Manchaiah
June 19, 2019
The aim of this article is to provide audiological professionals with a summary of literature regarding existing audiological Internet-based interventions (IBIs).
Loud and Clear (EN)
This app was designed by an SLP to bring voice fitness to individuals living with Parkinson’s Disease. Loud and Clear gives people easy access to low-cost, clinical quality voice exercises anywhere and anytime.
Oropharyngeal dysphagia telerehabilitation in the Intensive Care Unit for COVID-19: a case report (EN)
by Shigeto Soyama, Tomoo Mano, & Akira Kido
April 01, 2022
Some patients in the intensive care unit and those who are on endotracheal intubation and mechanical ventilation often have dysphagia. This article aimed to explore the advantages of telerehabilitation in dysphagia management during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic.
Children and adults can use this Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) app for iOS as a daily communication tool and to build language skills.
SoundingBoard transforms your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch into the latest in communication technology. In just minutes, you can create custom boards with up to 20 message locations using AbleNet symbols or your own photos.
speechBITE is a database of intervention studies across the scope of speech pathology practice. speechBITE was launched in 2008 by a team of speech pathologists at the University of Sydney who wanted easier access and better appraisal of research evidence in the area of communication and swallowing disorders.
Telehealth for Dysphagia Across the Life Span: Using Contemporary Evidence and Expertise to Guide Clinical Practice During and After COVID-19 (EN)
by Georgia A. Malandraki, Rachel Hahn Arkenberg, Samantha S. Mitchell and Jaime Bauer Malandraki
March 26, 2021
The aim of this paper was to critically review recent literature on the use of telehealth for dysphagia during the COVID-19 pandemic and enhance this information in order to provide evidence- and practice-based clinical guidance during and after the pandemic.
Telerehabilitation for Communication and Swallowing Disorders in Parkinson’s Disease (EN)
by Deborah Theodoros
July 16, 2021
This review explores the telerehabilitation applications designed for the management of the communication and swallowing disorders in PD, addresses the benefits and challenges of telerehabilitation, identifies future research directions, and highlights the potential of new technologies to enhance the management of communication and swallowing disorders and quality of life for people with PD.
Teletherapy Resources: The Ultimate Master List (EN)
A blog with a list of pediatric teletherapy tutorials, ideas, and resources put together by two SLPs, Holly Rosensweig of Spiffy Speech and SLP, Lucy Stone of The Speech Express.
Using a Clinical Approach to Answer “What Communication Apps Should We Use? (EN)
A clinical framework for comparing and selecting apps will be offered to assist speech-language pathologists in answering the popular question “What communication apps should we use?”
Virtual Speech Center (EN)
Virtual Speech Center offers innovative speech therapy apps for schools, private practices, independent speech pathologists and parents.
Web ORLA ® (EN)
A web-based version of the ORLA (Oral Reading for Language in Aphasia) which provides repeated choral and independent reading aloud of sentences with a virtual therapist.