COVID-19 Response

Speech & Language A to Z, LLC, has switched to telehealth/teletherapy due to the local outbreak of Novel Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). Read on to learn why we’ve made this switch and our plans for re-entering our office.

References

This study indicates COVID-19 is spread through speech.

This study also indicates COVID-19 is spread through speech.

In case there is any doubt left, here’s yet another study that indicates COVID-19 is spread through speech.

This study indicates that children can catch and transmit COVID-19.

Here’s another study that indicates children can catch and transmit COVID-19.

This study indicates developmental disorders contribute to complications from COVID-19.

This study indicates COVID-19 can spread further than 6 feet.

This study indicates COVID-19 might spread through building vents and HVAC systems, just like SARS and MERS did.

This study indicates that speech and language treatment provided through teletherapy is at least as effective as in-person treatment.

This study study indicates that treatment of social skills through teletherapy is as effective as in-person treatment.

This study indicates that online parent-coaching is as effective as in-person treatment from an SLP.

All these studies support the effectiveness of teletherapy, many focusing on Autism.