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Calidad en la educación

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SAN MARTIN, Marilyn  e  GUTIERREZ, Yhara. Speech and language teletherapy in the Chilean educational context during covid-19 pandemic. Calidad en la educación [online]. 2021, n.55, pp.275-296. ISSN 0718-4565.  http://dx.doi.org/10.31619/caledu.n55.1023.

As a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic, measures such as the suspension of classes in schools have been implemented. The need to adapt arises with this global emergency and the availability of technological tools has allowed for the activation programs aimed at providing therapeutic care options in the school context, being teletherapy one of them. This study seeks to describe the use of speech-language pathology teletherapy in regular education during the pandemic. For this purpose, a quantitative descriptive-exploratory observational design was chosen. A sample of 190 participants from different regions of the country, who met the eligibility criteria, was studied, using a Google questionnaire to collect information. The information obtained indicates that teletherapy was most frequently performed through synchronous and asynchronous sessions, individually, once a week for 30 minutes. Likewise, difficulties related to the internet signal and the supply of material by the employer were the main barriers. The results suggest that teletherapy can be a tool to provide continuity to the school speech therapy intervention, taking into account that COVID-19 will radically modify the service delivery in the medium term.

Palavras-chave : regular education; covid-19; teletherapy; speech and language therapy; communication disorders; telerehabilitation; telehealth; speech-language pathology.

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