(Woolf et al., 2015)

United Kingdom

Assess the feasibility for comparing remote therapies for word finding for persons with aphasia in four groups; two remote sites (University and Clinical), in-person therapy, and a attention control.


Web Based VC

N = 21 people with aphasia after left hemisphere stroke.

Feasibility and word retrieval via picture naming and conversation.

Neurology/ Stroke

Participants gave good ratings for connectivity and for visual and sound quality. They problem-solved when needed by moving the equipment or redialing. Participants in the therapy groups reported independently practicing. Compliance and Participants in all groups improved but those who received remote therapy from the clinical site were most improved.