Published on in Vol 8, No 10 (2020): October

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/18858, first published .
Mobile Apps for Speech-Language Therapy in Adults With Communication Disorders: Review of Content and Quality

Mobile Apps for Speech-Language Therapy in Adults With Communication Disorders: Review of Content and Quality

Mobile Apps for Speech-Language Therapy in Adults With Communication Disorders: Review of Content and Quality

Journals

  1. Furlong L, Serry T, Erickson S, Morris M. Tablet-Based Apps for Phonics and Phonological Awareness: Protocol for Evidence-Based Appraisal of Content, Quality, and Usability. JMIR Research Protocols 2021;10(2):e23921 View
  2. Du Y, Choe S, Vega J, Liu Y, Trujillo A. Listening to Stakeholders Involved in Speech-Language Therapy for Children With Communication Disorders: Content Analysis of Apple App Store Reviews. JMIR Pediatrics and Parenting 2022;5(1):e28661 View
  3. Morales-Rojas D, Murcia Gutiérrez D, Mateus Moreno A, Moreno Pastas L. Estimulación del lenguaje infantil mediada por aplicaciones digitales dirigidas a padres. Areté 2022;22(2):41 View
  4. Avramovic P, Rietdijk R, Attard M, Kenny B, Power E, Togher L. Cognitive and Behavioral Digital Health Interventions for People with Traumatic Brain Injury and Their Caregivers: A Systematic Review. Journal of Neurotrauma 2023;40(3-4):159 View
  5. de Grosbois J, Canthiya L, Philipp-Muller A, Hickey N, Hodzic-Santor B, Heleno M, Jokel R, Meltzer J. Asynchronous, online spaced-repetition training alleviates word-finding difficulties in aphasia. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 2023;33(10):1672 View
  6. Bu X, Ng P, Tong Y, Chen P, Fan R, Tang Q, Cheng Q, Li S, Cheng A, Liu X. A Mobile-based Virtual Reality Speech Rehabilitation App for Patients With Aphasia After Stroke: Development and Pilot Usability Study. JMIR Serious Games 2022;10(2):e30196 View
  7. Du Y, Lubniewski K, Price L, Breslin G, Thomson P, Jinadasa N, Soni N. “They Can't Believe They're a Tiger”: Insights from pediatric speech‐language pathologist mobile app users and app designers. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders 2023;58(5):1717 View
  8. Harrison M, Palmer R, Cooper C. Identifying the Active Ingredients of a Computerized Speech and Language Therapy Intervention for Poststroke Aphasia: Multiple Methods Investigation Alongside a Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR Rehabilitation and Assistive Technologies 2023;10:e47542 View
  9. Smieszek M, Borowska-Beszta B. APLIKACJE MOBILNE ASYSTUJĄCE OSOBOM Z NIEPEŁNOSPRAWNOŚCIAMI W NIEZALEŻNYM ŻYCIU ORAZ ICH ASYSTENTOM OSOBISTYM. Niepełnosprawność i Rehabilitacja 2023;90(2):16 View
  10. Vuong G, Burns C, Dignam J, Copland D, Wedley H, Hill A. Configuration of a telerehabilitation system to deliver a comprehensive aphasia therapy program via telerehabilitation (TeleCHAT): A human-centred design approach. Aphasiology 2024:1 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Michniuk A, Faściszewska M. New Media Pedagogy: Research Trends, Methodological Challenges and Successful Implementations. View