8.45 1° Session. Worldwide Experiences on Telerehab (first part)
Motor, speech and cognitive telerehabilitation: experiences with a multifunction system
M. Agostini (Italy)
How can telerehabilitation improve motor control in patients residing in rural and remote areas?
I. Cikajlo (Slovenia)
Using Telerehabilitation to Improve the Assessment, Provision and Evaluation of Speech and Language Therapy Services
P. Enderby (UK)
Telerehabilitation management of post-stroke aphasia: different models of care
A. Hill (Australia)
Challenges in providing tele-education on Augmentative Alternative Communication in a developing country
S. Mohamad (Malesia)
Speech pathology management of motor speech disorders via telerehabilitation
D. Theodoros (Australia)
Advances of the telerehabilitation technologies in Russian Federation.
P. Tkachenko (Russia)