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Telerehabilitation in Communication Disorders and Mental Health
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Telerehabilitation in Communication Disorders and Mental Health

Edited by:
  • Sanjeev Kumar Gupta - Clinical Psychologist, All India Institute of Speech and Hearing (AIISH), Mysuru, Karnataka


July 2020 | 295 pages | SAGE India
The increasing influence of digital media on all aspects of life, especially the use of Internet and smartphone, has not left even the field of healthcare practice untouched. Telerehabilitation, implying the use of telecommunications in rehabilitation activities, is being used widely in the treatment of communication and mental health disorders. The use of telerehabilitation services makes rehabilitation more feasible, fast, time-saving and cost-effective for people who face constraints in physically presenting themselves to healthcare providers due to extent of retardation, illness or commuting issues. It is thus a boon for the people who stay in remote areas and have no access to healthcare professionals in close vicinity. Therefore, research is underway on the optimal means to deliver telerehabilitation services both locally and globally and is now seen as a critical activity in healthcare. 
 
Foreword by S. Venkatesan
 
Preface
 
Acknowledgements
Sanjeev Kumar Gupta
Telerehabilitation: Emerging Opportunities and Challenges
 
Section 1: Telerehabilitation in Communication Disorders
Attuluri Navya, G. Swetha, Pratiksha Gupta and Pebbili Gopikishore
Telepractice in Speech-Language Pathology in India
Abhishek B. P. and Abdulaziz Saleh Almudhi
Utility of Apps in Speech and Language Therapy
Rakesh C. V. and Santosh Maruthy
Telerehabilitation in Stuttering
Saransh Jain, Chandni Jain, Vijaya Kumar Narne and Hemanth N. Shetty
Tele-audiology in India: Facilitators, Limitations and Challenges
Prashanth Prabhu P. and Husna Firdose
Computer-Based Listening Training for Children with Hearing Impairment
Prashanth Prabhu P. and Megha K. N.
Web- or App-Based Assessment and Management of Tinnitus
Yashaswini R. and G. Malar
Tele-Special Education for Communication Disorders in India
 
Section 2: Telerehabilitation in Mental Health
Vimala Jayakrishna Kasturi and S. P. Goswami
Man with Machine or Man versus Machine? Insights from Technology-based Rehabilitation in Persons with Aphasia
Rachel C. Francis and Sanjeev Kumar Gupta
Telecounselling for Caregivers of Persons with Dementia
Vimala Jayakrishna Kasturi and Sanjeev Kumar Gupta
Computer-Assisted Programs for Children with Specific Learning Disorder: Implications and Challenges
Tanu Gupta and Kartik Singhai
Telerehabilitation in Substance Use Disorders
 
Index

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Sanjeev Kumar Gupta

Sanjeev Kumar Gupta, PhD, is Clinical Psychologist at the All India Institute of Speech and Hearing, Mysuru, India. His clinical and research work includes child and adolescent mental health, cognitive behaviour therapy, mindfulness meditation and telerehabilitation for service delivery in Clinical Psychology. His books include Emerging Trends in the Diagnosis and Intervention of Neurodevelopmental Disorders and Handbook of Research on Psychosocial Perspectives of Human Communication Disorder. He has completed one research project, contributed five chapters and published 15 articles in refer¬eed journals. He has chaired scientific sessions... More About Author

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